Safe Access O‘ahu

 
Visitors and members who wish to enter the museum for a period of 15 minutes or longer must show state-approved proof of COVID-19 vaccination or proof of negative test result within the past 48 hours of desired entry.

HoMA security personnel will conduct temperature checks for visitors and ask for proof of vaccination or negative test (against official identification at the front prior to check-in.

Valid proof includes:

  • A hard copy of a state-approved vaccination card;
  • A photography/digital copy of a state-approved vaccination card;
  • Or a Hawai‘i state-approved digital/smart device application confirming full vaccination status.

Proof will be checked against valid identification which confirms that the person requesting entrance is the same person reflected on the proof of vaccination or negative test. This means that the identification must contain either the name of the individual and a photo of the individual; or the name of the individual and the individual’s date of birth. Examples include (but are not limited to):

  • Driver’s license
  • Non-driver government ID card
  • Passport
  • School or work ID card

Visitors who pass the temperature check and can provide proof of vaccination or a negative test may proceed to visitor/member check-in.

If a visitor does not pass the temperature check and/or cannot provide proof of vaccination or a negative test, they will be denied entry into the museum; any applicable refunds will be handled after-the-fact by Visitor Engagement staff.

See Oahu’s Safe Access program website for more.


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