The National Museum of the Pacific War is officially accepting online reservations for daily visits Wednesday through Sunday, from 9 am to 2:30 pm. Tickets may be reserved for every half hour. The museum asks that you arrive during the first 15 minutes of your time slot.
These reservations are currently the only way you can currently visit the museum. This will help the museum abide by social distancing guidelines and sanitation regulations.
Reservations will allow for social distancing, as they only allow 25 participants per time window.
Masks are required. If you do not have a mask, the museum will provide you with a disposable one. They’ve also installed hand sanitizer dispensers throughout the museum and will sanitize in between groups.
You will begin by checking in at the George Bush Gallery located at 311 East Austin Street in Fredericksburg. There will be one way traffic only throughout the museum. Features considered high touch, as well as some side galleries are closed. You can learn more here.
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