Tips for Visitors

HoMA mask policy

 
In accordance with State of Hawai‘i Emergency Order Proclamation 17, the Honolulu Museum of Art requires that all staff and visitors shall wear face coverings over their noses and mouths while indoors (front entrance, galleries, shop and restrooms) at the museum, with the exception of children under age 5 and individuals with medical conditions or disabilities where the wearing of a face covering may pose a health or safety risk to the individual.

Face coverings may be removed while outdoors on property and while seated and dining in designated dining areas at the Café, Palm Courtyard, and Central Courtyard. Masks are recommended if outdoor spaces contain crowds.

Masks and face shields are available free of charge at the Visitor Information Center. We appreciate your kōkua and ask that all visitors please adhere to HoMA’s posted COVID-19 safety policies and staff or volunteer instruction while on site.

 


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