Visitor Code of Conduct: At the Emily Dickinson Museum, the health and safety of our staff and visitors is our number one priority. The Museum has developed routines and requirements to help ensure we do our part to slow the spread of COVID-19. At minimum, the Museum follows all state and local guidelines related to COVID-19 including face coverings, occupancy, and sanitation guidelines. Visitor entry may be denied for non-compliance with safety measures.
By purchasing tickets and visiting the Emily Dickinson Museum, you are agreeing to comply with the following requirements for visitor conduct:
Do Not Visit if Unwell: Please postpone your visit if you or anyone in your party is experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms, has recently been in contact with someone confirmed or suspected of having COVID-19, or has tested positive for COVID-19 in the 48-hours prior.
Ticket purchase confirms that you have received the vaccinations and boosters for which you and members of your party are eligible.
Face Coverings and Masks: Face coverings are a critical public health tool for preventing the spread of COVID-19. Visitors and Staff at the Museum are required to wear masks inside the Museum. KN95 masks will be provided for visitors upon arrival.
Social Distancing: Visitors take note, there may not be room to distance yourself from other visitors while on the guided tour at the Museum.
Sanitize Hands Frequently: Keeping hands clean helps prevent the spread of germs, like COVID-19. Please use the hand sanitizing stations in the Tour Center before you begin your tour.
Respect Your Fellow Visitors and Museum Staff: We are dedicated to providing a harassment-free experience for everyone. The Museum does not tolerate discrimination or any form of unlawful harassment.