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The Museum is open on a limited basis with new visitor requirements and safety measures in place. Free timed-entry tickets are required for entry.

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To help reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19, the Museum is reopening on a limited basis with new visitor requirements and safety measures in place. Free timed-entry tickets are required to enter the Museum building. 

How do I get a ticket?

Reserve tickets online before your visit to the Museum.

Advance tickets online: Visitors can reserve tickets up to 30 days in advance on a rolling basis at 8 a.m. ET daily.

Same-day tickets online: A limited number of same-day tickets will be available online each day at 11 a.m. ET.

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Are tickets free?

Yes, tickets are free. However, tickets reserved online before your visit are subject to a $1 transaction fee.

Can I reserve tickets for groups?

Tickets are limited to groups of six people or less. The Museum is not currently offering reservations for large groups.