An update on COVID-19

In line with NSW Government restrictions, and as part of our duty of care to keep our Holocaust survivors, visitors, staff and volunteers safe, we are implementing a number of safety measures in the Museum.

Following health orders from NSW Government, masks are mandatory for all visitors in the Museum.

In addition to the above regulations, proof of at least two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine for those aged 16 and over will be required. This is to protect vulnerable members of the community, especially our elderly Holocaust survivors, and is in keeping with the decision by most other museums and cultural institutions in New South Wales.

Visitors are asked to

  • Stay home and postpone your visit if you are feeling unwell
  • Wear a fitted face mask
  • Maintain social distancing of 1.5 metres from staff, volunteers and other museum visitors

What we are doing to keep everyone safe

  • All staff and volunteers have at least two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine
  • We are cleaning our facilities regularly with hospital-grade disinfectant
  • We have installed protective screens at our admissions desk
  • We have provided hand sanitiser at the entry and at various places throughout the museum

What will be open and when

  • All areas of the permanent exhibition spaces, the museum shop and coffee lounge are open
  • Opening days and hours are Sunday–Thursday from 10am–4pm
  • Bookings to the Museum Library need to be made in advance. Please email [email protected] or call 9360 7999 to book

Visitors who do not comply with NSW legislation and with the conditions requested by the Museum will not be allowed entry, to ensure the safety of others.

Please note, visiting the Museum does not require any pre-bookings and there are no allocated time slots.

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