Collier County’s five museum locations reopened today to the public. Museum hours will be Tuesday through Saturday, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.
In order to ensure the safety of visitors and staff, CDC guidelines will be closely monitored. The following safety measures will be in place during museum openings:
• Visitors will be asked to socially distance by remaining six feet apart.
• The number of guests will be carefully monitored. Staff may ask guests to wait outside to maintain a safe capacity.
• Sneeze guards and stanchions will be utilized, and staff will use personal protective equipment (PPE) as needed. Visitors are encouraged to use PPE as well.
• Arrows have been placed on the museums floors to guide visitors through the exhibits.
• High-touch areas will be disinfected throughout the day.
• All interactive and manipulative activities have been taken offline, but all “look-but-don’t-touch” exhibits will be available.
About Collier County Museums:
Collier County Museums offer five locations where you can explore more than a million years of Southwest Florida history: Naples, Everglades City, Immokalee, Naples Depot and Marco Island.
Established in 1978, Collier County Museums are committed to preservation and education, giving you a glimpse of the rich and diverse history of Collier County and Southwest Florida using elaborate exhibits, free education programs, lectures, and free admission at all locations.
Each museum offers a different historical focus and an enlightened view into the distant and not-so-distant past that makes Collier County the world-renowned cultural center it is today.
For more information, visit www.CollierMuseums.com.
Collier County Museum locations:
• Collier County Museum at Government Center – 3331 Tamiami Trail East, Naples, (239) 252-8476
• Museum of the Everglades -105 West Broadway Avenue, Everglades City, (239) 252-5026
• Immokalee Pioneer Museum at Roberts Ranch – 1215 Roberts Avenue West, (239) 252-2611
• Naples Depot Museum – 1051 Fifth Avenue South, Naples, (239) 252-8419
• Marco Island Historical Museum – 180 South Heathwood Drive, Marco Island, (239) 252-1440
For more information about Collier County Museums, call 239-252-8476.