As the government lift restrictions on life in England on 19th July, Wycombe Museum is still looking at the ways in which we can reassure our visitors, staff and volunteers that we are keeping you safe.
We have reviewed our COVID safety precautions to decide how we can best look after our visitors and staff in the coming weeks, and will be keeping the following procedures in place to ensure the safest environment going forward.
We ask you to help us keep everyone safe by sticking to the following precautions.
Here’s how we’re keeping you safe:
Please wear a mask
If you are able to do so, we ask that you continue to wear a mask in our building, with the exception of when our cafe. Wycombe Museum’s buildings and galleries are made up of a number of small spaces that are not all easily ventilated, and we want to keep all of our visitors, staff, and volunteers safe.
We will continue to regulate the number of people we allow in certain spaces, to ensure they don’t get too crowded. This may mean that we ask you to wait a short while before entering some galleries to help us maintain safe distances between our visitors.
You don’t need to book you visit to the museum though – you are free to drop in without needing a ticket.
The Museum’s galleries have a number of narrow corridors and blind corners. To keep our visitors from needing to cross paths with others in close quarters, we will be mainting a one-way system to keep a smooth flow of people.
We will be keeping up with frequent cleaning of surfaces and touch-points throughout the museum buildings.
Hand sanitiser will continue to be available on entrance to the museum, as well as regularly throughout our galleries.