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At KMAC Museum, we're working hard to ensure your safety while you're our guest. We're closely monitoring all guidance from the Centers for Disease Control, state and local health authorities, and local organizations like the Greater Louisville Arts and Cultural Alliance, and updating our policies and procedures as needed. 

Here's what we're doing to keep you safe:

  • For the time being, we've removed all interactive spaces in the museum. We hope to be able to offer you those experiences again in the future, but for now they're on hold.

  • We've stepped up our cleaning and sanitation procedures, especially as relates to high-touch surfaces like door handles, elevator buttons, counters, and hand rails. Don't be surprised if you see staff sanitizing these surfaces throughout the day.

  • We've added Plexiglas barriers to our registers and our check-in desk to give you and our staff an extra layer of protection.

  • We're restricting the number of guests inside the building to no more than 40 people. 

Here's what we're asking of you before and during your visit:

  • We're requiring that all guests (over the age of 2) wear face coverings during their visit. We think this is the most effective step we can take to ensure your safety.

  • We'll request  that you use hand sanitizer when you arrive, and you'll find additional sanitizer throughout the museum. We hope you'll make use of it as you find necessary. If you prefer, hand washing is also available in our first and second floor restrooms.​

  • Finally, we'll require one person in each party to provide an email or phone number for contract tracing purposes. This information will ONLY be used by public health officials in the event that your visit coincides with the visit of someone found to be positive with COVID-19. Your phone number or email address will automatically be  destroyed 30 days after your visit, unless you give us permission to email you with museum updates.


Have questions or concerns about KMAC's COVID-19 policies? Email the museum's Healthy at Work officer at

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