Ninepipes Museum is temporarily closed due to a possible covid exposure!

COVID has impacted all of our lives.  We so appreciate your help in keeping us open.   As with so many, it has been a difficult and expensive year trying to navigate this pandemic.   We are grateful for our sponsors, donors and members, who have stepped up to help us stay open.  Thank you for your support!

Here is what you will find at the Museum this season:

  • Plexiglass panels have been installed at the front desk
  • All visitors are encouraged to wear masks and gloves while inside the facility, and to use hand sanitizer frequently.
  • Visitors to the museum will be required to sign in with their full name, hometown and contact information. This will enable tracking in the event that there is a spike in cases of COVID-19.   Please note if you do not wish your name to be added to our mailing list.
  • Visitors will only be permitted to enter through the front door, where a sign-in station will be located directly inside the entry.
  • There will also be a hand sanitizing station located inside the front entry, which visitors will be required to utilize upon entering the facility.
  • Ninepipes Museum reserves the right to refuse entry to anyone who is actively coughing or sneezing and is not wearing a mask and gloves.
  • Visitors wishing to purchase items are requested to do so through credit or debit cards to minimize handling money, but a visitor who only has cash or checks will not be refused a purchase.
  • During this stage, Ninepipes Museum will allow visitors to enter and exit the facility up to 25 people with social distancing measures in place.
  • All visitors not in a group such as a family group must maintain a social distance of six feet while in the facility.
  • Scheduled tour groups larger than 15 people not in a family group remain prohibited from entering at the same time. Limited audio tours are resumed.
  • Hands on exhibits in the museum will be removed from public access if possible. Signage will be placed in the museum restricting visitors from touching surfaces and displays.