DC’s National Museum of the American Indian is set to reopen to the public this Friday, September 25th, with new hours and safety measures in place; it’ll now be open Wednesday to Sunday from 11am to 4pm, and precautions like mandatory face masks, hand sanitizing stations, social distancing, new traffic patterns and limited capacities will be the norm.
Some areas of the museum (including the cafes, stores, theaters, the Sealaska Gallery and the imagiNATIONS Activity Center) will remain closed, as will the “Our Universes” exhibition on the fourth floor. The “Our Universes” exhibition, located on the museum’s fourth floor. More information about the museum’s reopening can be found here.
Free timed-entry passes are required and are available on the museum’s website.