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Get ready, everyone! Children’s Museum Tucson will welcome back visitors on XXX

Children’s Museum Oro Valley is not quite ready to reopen, but CMOV members will be admitted for free at our Tucson location until it does.

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The safety of our visitors and employees is of vital importance to us.
As a result, we will put measures in place to protect everyone who is on the premises.

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Per a Tucson City ordinance, everyone 5 and older must wear a mask that covers their nose and mouth.
The Museum will have masks for those who do not have them. Those who do not follow the ordinance may be asked to leave. Guest Experience staff will wear masks at all times.

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Reserve your spot in one of our play sessions by buying tickets through our website. LINK HERE
Members can, of course, reserve a spot at no cost. At the end of each 90-minute session, we’ll empty the Museum so we can clean and sanitize for the next group. Session times are:

  • 9 a.m.
  • 11 a.m.
  • 1 p.m.
  • 3 p.m.
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Temperature checks will be conducted on all employees before they begin their shifts.

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Those experiencing COVID-19 symptoms – sore throat, cough, shortness of breath, fever, or recent loss taste or smell – are asked to visit the Museum another time.

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Museum capacity will be reduced and six-foot markers will be added to encourage responsible social distancing.
Adults will be responsible for ensuring their children follow this rule.

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Sanitation stations are clearly marked and safety measures will be prominently displayed.

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We will continue to adhere to our strict sanitation and cleaning policies.

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FOOD CONTENT HERE

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Please bring water with you!
To reduce possible sanitation issues, drinking fountains throughout the Museum will not be in operation.

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LEGAL CONTENT HERE