Lafayette, Colorado – With Boulder County’s recent move back to Level Orange on the state’s COVID-19 dial, WOW! Children’s Museum will begin a phased reopening to the public on Wednesday, February 3, 2021. The Museum temporarily closed its doors on November 20, 2020 to adhere to the restrictions put in place with Boulder County’s move to Level Red. WOW! is excited to once again welcome back visitors and members with health and safety as the Museum’s top priority. The Museum remains committed to a safe museum experience just like WOW! did when it reopened in August 2020, and will continue to offer modified operations and exhibits that adhere to municipal and state guidelines and requirements related to COVID-19. During the first phase of this February reopening, the Museum will be operating with limited visitor capacity and reduced hours on Wednesdays-Saturdays.
WOW! remains dedicated to inspiring children to learn through play with successful new protocols firmly in place:
WOW! reminds our visitors and members to play it safe! The Museum requires visitors to follow these guidelines:
“Young children need opportunities to play and explore, now more than ever, so we are delighted to open our Museum doors once again,” said Joanna Cagan, Executive Director, WOW! Children’s Museum. “We have missed seeing families in person, and are so grateful for everyone’s patience as we do our best to keep our guests and staff healthy. With limited capacity our budget will remain very tight, and we could not do this without the generous financial support of our members and community.”
For more information about WOW! Children’s Museum’s phased reopening plans please visit: https://wowchildrensmuseum.org/visit/reopening/
About WOW! Children’s Museum:
WOW! Children's Museum engages all families in educational, hands-on experiences that connect curiosity, creativity, and discovery. For more information visit: www.wowchildrensmuseum.org. Connect with WOW! Children’s Museum on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.
WOW! Children’s Museum is a community supported 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
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