The Buffalo History Museum is reopening its doors on August 1, according to WGRZ, and offering Free Admission.  The museum opens back up with several new guidelines relative to COVID-19 and Social Distancing, hand sanitizing, etc, but also makes a statement regarding Black Lives Matter and where they stand regarding the movement.  The museum has made the following commitments, according to their website's Community Updates

  • Actively seek out diverse voices in our community and listen.

  • Collaborate with community partners to ensure authentic stories are shared.

  • Expand our programming and exhibits to be more inclusive and accessible.

  • Reassess our contemporary collecting practices including those of our current “Chronicling COVID-19” initiative

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Here's The Buffalo History Museum's Re-Opening Announcement:

Here are the new Buffalo History Museum Regulations, according to WGRZ:

  • Advance, online pre-registration to visit
  • Limiting the number of guests at the museum to 133 people per day (25 percent of our maximum capacity)
  • New guest check-in system and signage to minimize contact and promote social distancing
  • Masks are required for all staff and guests while inside the museum; guests are strongly encouraged to bring their own masks, but a number of disposable masks will be available
  • Hand sanitizing stations at guest services and throughout the museum
  • Exhibits and frequently touched surfaces will be sanitized and disinfected four times throughout the day

Buffalo History Museum Events Coming, according to the Buffalo History Museum Website: (Click each Event to  get all the details)

The Buffalo Science Museum has also re-opened, according to WGRZ, featuring the Golden Mummies of Egypt Exhibit.

Get tickets and info about the Golden Mummies of Egypt Exhibit by clicking the button below.