Planning your Visit as Texas Reopens for Business

Every museum in our district is unique in size, space and community interaction while visiting. Because of this, each member will roll out different reopening policies, specific to the health and safety of their staff and community. Please check the website of the museum you wish to visit as there may be new COVID-19 related requirements, hours of operation and ticket policies. We look forward to hosting you and your families!

 

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In a recent COVID-19 impact survey report from Mid-America Arts Alliance, data says that artists are still losing income, unable to find employment, and rely on financial support or government relief efforts to support their basic needs. This also includes artists in Houston. To help our artists, please donate. If you’re an artist who needs funds, please apply. Visit ready.haatx.com/covid-19 to do so. #Together4TheArts #Relief4OurArts

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4 walkable zones

 

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Zone 1

Center Open

Houston Center for Photography

Chapel Open

Rothko Chapel

Campus Open

The Menil Collection

Zone 2

Center Open

Asia Society Texas Center

Museum Open

Buffalo Soldiers National Museum

Virtual Programming

Czech Center Museum Houston

Museum Open

Holocaust Museum Houston

Museum Open

Houston Center for Contemporary Craft

Museum Open by Reservation

Houston Museum of African American Culture

Zone 3

Digitally Open

Contemporary Arts Museum Houston

Virtually Open

The Jung Center

Museum Open

The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Zone 4

Virtual Access

Children’s Museum Houston

Museum Open

Houston Museum of Natural Science

Zoo Open

Houston Zoo

Center Open

Moody Center for the Arts

Museum Open

The Health Museum