Following recent federal, statewide and local guidelines and recommendations regarding social distancing, the Museum will close to the public beginning March 14 through April 5.
Here at San Diego Children’s Discovery Museum, your safety and well-being are among our top priorities. We are closely monitoring the developing COVID-19 outbreak and will keep your family in the know as to how your Museum experience may be impacted.
What we are doing:
We are cancelling select special events, and closely monitoring the need to cancel others. For an up-to-date list of cancellations, please see below.
Additionally, we are following recent recommendations issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for minimizing the spread of COVID-19 and have implemented additional precautionary steps. These include:
Increasing the cleaning frequency of the Museum using industry-approved surface disinfectants;
Providing additional hand-sanitizing stations;
Posting additional signage about optimal hand-washing for virus spread prevention.
What you can do:
Give germs the slip by singing while washing hands with soap and water! Health officials say hand-washing is one of the best ways to protect yourself from COVID-19. Regularly scrub with soap and water for 20 seconds — or about the time it takes to sing the “ABC song” from start to finish, or “Happy Birthday” twice;
Avoid touching your face and cough or sneeze into your elbow whenever possible.
We will continue to monitor developments and will update you with any changes or new information as they become known. We also will provide updates on our website, www.SDCDM.org/COVID19-updates.
Thank you for being a part of our Museum family. We wish you and your family health and wellness.