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visitor guidelines

Plan Your Visit: What to Expect

  • Coat check and water fountains are temporarily suspended. Please limit your bags to 12”X12” in size. Coats and strollers are allowed. 

 

  • All visitors are required to maintain 6 feet of social distancing at all times, including in the elevators and restrooms. Parties/families may remain together. Children must remain with adults at all times. 

 

  • Advanced, online purchase of a timed ticket is required. You can bring either the digital or printed copy of your ticket to be scanned. (Visiting the museum store, Sideshow, is free and does not require purchase of timed admission.)

 

  • Please arrive no more than 5 minutes before your scheduled time.

  • All visitors over the age of 2 must wear a face covering. Guests at private events must also wear face coverings, except for in the designated areas for dining and cocktails.

 

  • Frequent hand washing is encouraged, or use of hand sanitizer stations located throughout the museum when hand washing is not possible.

 

  • Restrooms and high-touch surfaces, such as doorknobs, are frequently cleaned all day.

  • If you’re not feeling well, please stay home and visit us another time!

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“Oh say can you see beyond two thousand.

Behold the

sight and wonders

just ahead!”

Visionary artist & preacher

HOWARD FINSTER

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During Your Visit: What You Can See

  • Most galleries and buildings are OPEN. Closed are the Dame Anita Roddick Tall Sculpture Love Barn, the Wildflower Garden for installation / repair. Additionally, some interactive exhibits will be off to limit contact.
     

  • Our fabulous museum store, Sideshow, is open.

  • Traffic flow signs will provide one-way direction where it’s required, though you’ll not ever be rushed and can linger with a work that enchants you.
     

  • Group tours and workshops have been temporarily moved to a virtual format. 
     

  • Signage will help remind visitors about our Visitor Guidelines.

American Visionary Art Museum (AVAM)

800 Key Highway

Baltimore, MD 21230

410.244.1900

info@avam.org

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