Keeping you safe

Photograph of a stairway and entrance to a museum gallery space. On the open entrance doors are written 'Being Human'. Walking up the stairs is a woman wearing a face covering. Through the entrance doors the exhibits in the gallery can be seen, including a large transparent human figure, stood on a tabletop. Looking at this exhibit is man wearing a blue shirt and a face covering. In the far distance are the windows through which daylight is streaming.

To make your visit as safe and enjoyable as possible, follow our safety measures inside the venue, including wearing a face covering unless you’re exempt. You no longer need to book a ticket to enter the building.

Keeping you safe

We’ve made a few changes to ensure you have a safe and enjoyable visit.

What you need to do

As well as our usual hand-washing facilities, you’ll find hand sanitiser dispensers throughout the museum and library.

Keep your nose and mouth covered, unless you’re exempt.

Please allow plenty of space between you and other people so everyone can feel comfortable.

If you have a temperature or any other Covid-19 symptoms, please stay at home.

How we’re keeping you safe

  • Taking extra care with increased cleaning.
  • Providing hand-sanitiser dispensers.
  • Providing our staff with optional masks and visors.
  • Spreading out café seating and serving pre-packed food.
  • Providing optional mask-exempt badges from Euan’s Guide.