Last updated: 26 February, 2021
The Australian Sports Museum will reopen to the public from Friday, 19 February 2021.
Our COVIDSafe plan highlights that our highest priority is to ensure the continued health and safety of visitors and staff. We have implemented measures which support physical distancing, increased personal hygiene and cleaning in line with the latest Victorian Government and Department of Health and Human Services guidelines. This means that all communal or shared equipment within the museum will be disinfected and cleaned between every use.
View Australian Sports Museum COVIDSafe Plan.
When visiting the Australian Sports Museum we ask that you abide by the Rules of Play so we can stay safe together:
- Clean hands! Maintain a high standard of personal hygiene by washing your hands regularly and using the hand sanitiser stations and wipes provided throughout the museum.
- Protect the head. All staff and visitors, aged 12 and above, are encouraged to wear a face mask whilst in congested areas.
- Stay at least a couple of cricket bats apart. Please remain at least 1.5m apart from anyone who isn’t in your household. Please follow the floor targets to assist in physical distancing.
- Know when it’s time to bow out. If you, or an immediate family member appears to be unwell and is showing known symptoms of COVID-19 – including cough, chills or sweats, sore throat and/or shortness of breath – you will need to reschedule the experience for another time.
The Game On Gallery will be open to visitors from Friday November 27. Entrance to Game On will be via timed tickets with all visitors allocated a 30-minute timeslot to enjoy the gallery.
The Rules of Play will be enforced to ensure the maximum safety and wellbeing of all our guests. Two staff members will be inside the gallery to ensure all interactive and shared equipment is sanitised after every use.
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