After over a year closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, The Burlesque Hall of Fame museum is excited to reopen to the public on Friday, April 2. In accordance with state guidelines, the museum has made significant changes to both its physical space and its operating procedures to assure the safety of our guests and staff.
For the immediate future, the museum will be open two days a week – Friday and Saturday – from 11am to 5pm, on a timed-entry basis limited to 6 admissions per hour and no more than 10 visitors in the space at any given time. Reservations for time slots can be made online at http://bhof.link/admission; walk-ins will only be accepted when no other reservations have been made for that time slot. Open days will be expanded as current restrictions are seen to be effective in preventing local spread of the disease.
Following current guidelines, all staff and guests will be required to wear masks and follow social distancing rules (6′), and hand sanitizer stations are available throughout the space. Tours and other activities will be designed to maximize social distancing between groups of guests as well as between guests and staff. All high-touch surfaces will be cleaned regularly throughout the day, including door handles, cash stand area, and restrooms.
For more information about the precautions we are taking to keep our visitors and staff safe, visit our COVID-19 Precautions page. As Nevada moves further into recovery, the museum will continue to adjust its policies and procedures to best follow guidance from state and federal authorities.