The Montreal Holocaust Museum is pleased to announce the reopening of its permanent exhibit starting at 11:00 am on July 6.
The team has put new measures in place to ensure the safety of our visitors and staff. We hope to provide you with a meaningful Museum visit while following recent public health measures. Please read below to learn more about visiting the Museum:
Prior to your visit
- Reserve your time-specific ticket via Eventbrite before arriving at the Museum
- Download the Museum application on your smartphone (iPhone or Android) or tablet (iPad or Android). You can use the app in the exhibit to access an audio-guide and survivor testimonies.
Upon your arrival, please
- Disinfect your hands (sanitizer will be available)
- Put on a mask (masks will be available at the Museum if you do not have your own)
- Complete the COVID-19 questionnaire
- Take your temperature (via a non-contact thermometer) with the assistance of Museum staff
- Present your ticket (reserve your ticket online in advance)
- Use the washroom before entering the exhibition
- Please note that if there is a line to get into the exhibit, we will ask you to wait outside the Museum, but inside the Cummings House
During your visit
- Employees at reception will be wearing masks and will be seated behind a plexiglass barrier
- The maximum capacity in the permanent exhibit is 55 people per day
- Visitors will enter the exhibit at 10-15 minute intervals to avoid crowding
- Please visit the exhibition in one direction (indicated by arrows on the ground) and respect the maximum visiting time of 1 hour and 30 minutes
- Timelines and interactive maps will be available by scanning a QR code. Please bring your own smartphone. (Use your phone’s camera to scan the code or download a scanning app for Android users.)
- Use of the elevator will be limited to one person or one family unit at a time
- Feel free to use hand sanitizer available throughout the exhibition
Changes to our facilities
- The exhibition and the washrooms will be frequently cleaned
- The cloakroom will be closed and the benches in the exhibit will be removed
After your visit
- Continue learning about the Holocaust by visiting our virtual exhibits, listening to survivor testimonies, and discovering historical artefacts.
- Keep in touch with the Museum and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
The Museum team wishes you a meaningful visit!
If you have additional questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- If you have COVID-19 symptoms
- If you have been in contact with someone who has symptoms
- If you traveled to an at-risk area in the past 14 days
Please reschedule your visit