History Museum on the Square will reopen to the public with limited hours and days starting May 28. The Museum will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and 1-5 p.m. Sunday.
The Museum will limit capacity to 25 guests at a time to comply with the City of Springfield’s Road to Recovery Plan. We are taking the following steps to ensure the safety of guests and staff:
- The Museum will be deep cleaned each morning before opening, have scheduled cleaning throughout the day, and interactive surfaces will be sanitized as needed throughout the day.
- All staff will be required to wear face masks.
- All guests will be asked to wear face masks and use provided hand sanitizer upon entering the museum.
- The museum will encourage social distancing with stickers placed on the floor and signs throughout the facility.
- Interactives within the museum where social distancing is not possible will be limited to one group at a time and sanitized between groups.
The museum staff will monitor this situation and, with the guidance of the Springfield-Greene County Health Department and local officials, update procedures as needed. Staff also will continue to add online content through social media channels and find creative ways to engage patrons.
About History Museum on the Square
History Museum on the Square, 154 Park Central Square, was named the 2019 #1 Best New Attraction in the Country by readers of USA TODAY.
Admission rates for the museum are $16 for adults; $13 for seniors (65-plus), students of any age with a valid ID, and members of the military their families; $10 for children ages 4-12; and free to those under the age of 3. Groups of ten or more can be accommodated with 48-hours’ notice.
The museum is temporarily closed to the public due to COVID-19. For more information, and to view an online library of digitized historic photos, visit www.HistoryMuseumOnTheSquare.org.