Things to know before you go!
Starting January 1, 2023, General Admission will be $9 per person 2 years and older. Likewise, the Museums for All admission (aka EBT/SNAP Benefits) will be $2 per person 2 years and older with card and valid ID.
Can we visit if a member in my group is sick or has a fever?
Lewisburg Children’s Museum has always had a sick policy in place. Staff and visitors will be instructed to stay home if they have a fever, cough, shortness of breath, or other known symptoms of COVID-19. Please plan to visit us when you are once more healthy!
Are masks required?
Following CDC guidelines, issued on February 25, 2022, the LCM is recommending that guests who are unvaccinated mask when in indoor settings. Masks should be worn securely around the mouth and nose. This guidence may change. The LCM reserves the right to change its requirements for masking at any time.
How do we buy tickets?
Tickets can be purchased at the Museum.
What is physical distancing?
Visitors and staff are asked to practice physical distancing by staying 6 feet away from others who are not in their group where ever possible. Signage throughout the museum and markings on the floor will provide visual cues for physical distancing. Seating areas and smaller exhibits where physical distancing is not possible will have recommendations for small groups. Exhibits will have capacity limits based on the specific size and layout of each space.
How will we know what the exhibit restrictions are?
Ample signage will be added throughout the museum to educate visitors on safety and cleaning protocols, to remind visitors to maintain physical distancing, and practice proper hand washing.
Will sanitizer be available to guests?
Hand sanitizer stations are available at the museum’s entrance and throughout the museum. Hand washing remains the best way to prevent the spread of germs. We ask that visitors wash hands frequently during a museum visit, especially after: using the restroom, sneezing, touching the face, blowing their nose, and before or after entering the museum.
What is the LCM's cleaning procedure?
LCM has implemented an extension of our rigorous, routine cleaning, including increased cleaning of high-touch areas. Mutliple times throughout the day, LCM staff will close specific exhibit spaces to do cleanings. We will continue our daily cleaning and sanitizing processes. Throughout the day staff will monitor and disinfect high touch areas such as tabletops, chairs, countertops, benches, seats, rubbish bins, door handles, light switches, and restrooms.