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Reopening Information for the Month of September 2020
Welcome back to the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History. We’ve missed you! The well-being of our visitors, staff, and volunteers is our highest priority. We have adapted our visitor experience for your safety and enjoyment while meeting new health guidelines and safety standards.
Open Monday through Fridays only in September; closed Saturdays
Every Thursday, 10:00 a.m. to noon, is for high-risk visitors only
Please note the following changes that apply to everyone:
- If you have flu-like COVID symptoms (such as fever or chills and shortness of breath), please stay home for now.
- All visitors must wear face masks. Exceptions: those under two years old and anyone who has trouble breathing or is incapacitated. No mask? No problem. We’ll provide you with a free, one-time-use mask.
- We’re limiting the number of visitors at one time, based on maximum capacities and social distancing. If you happen to arrive when we’re at maximum capacity, we’ll ask you to patiently wait until we have room for additional visitors. We’re also limiting visiting groups and families to five people or less, in order to maintain social distancing.
- Please leave personal belongings and strollers in your car. Purses are okay.
- Please enter through the front door and exit through the side (east) door. This keeps interactions to a minimum. Anyone needing assistance to visit (such as those using wheelchairs or walkers), ring the east door doorbell and we’ll come open it for you.
- Please practice social distancing while in the museum. If you visit with children, keep them nearby and socially distanced. If you visit with a group, please stay together.
- Restroom use will be limited to one person at a time or one family/group. Ask for a restroom key.
- Our store is closed because social distancing is impossible there.
- If you’re a researcher, please email, call, or mail in research or photo questions and requests, due to the small size of our library and the inability to social distance.
- All hands-on items in our exhibit hall have been temporarily removed.
- All historic buildings will be closed since social distancing inside is impossible. The grounds are still open for your enjoyment.
You Should Know
- All museum staff and volunteers will be wearing face masks, social distancing, practicing good hygiene, and cleaning and disinfecting the museum’s public areas multiple times each day.
- You can help us by providing feedback about our COVID-related practices. Thanks!
For September 2020, we’ll be open Monday through Friday, 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. COVID safety and protocol procedures are in place. See further details in the red box above.
Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day
The museum is located at the corner of Johnson and Main in historic downtown Springdale next to the Razorback Regional Greenway. Our address is 118 W. Johnson Avenue.
FROM I-49, take the Elm Springs Road exit (#73), east on Elm Springs Road, which turns into Huntsville Avenue, for about two miles. Turn right on Main Street. Go three blocks, and the museum will be on your left.
Free streetside parking is available on Johnson Avenue and on Main Street. Wheelchair-accessible parking is on Center Street, on the north side of the museum. From there, a sidewalk leads to the main museum building’s accessible entrance.
YOUTH GROUP TOURS
Due to COVID-19, youth group tours are not being scheduled at this time.
ADULT GROUP TOURS
Due to COVID-19, adult group tours are not being scheduled at this time.