COVID-19

Garden and Estate Open to All

Winterthur will reopen fully on October 1, with access to the museum, galleries, and garden, and 25 miles of walking trails.

The well-being of our visitors and our staff is our highest priority, so various safety measures remain in place.

Capacity in all areas is limited, and reservations are required. When you visit, please bring a face mask to wear, as they are required in all indoor spaces at all times. Outdoors, face masks are required when it is difficult to maintain a safe social distance of six feet from people who are not from your household. Wearing of face masks is also required on trams tours and guided walks. If you have a medical condition that prevents you from wearing a face mask, we ask that you do not visit at this time. Also, please follow one-directional paths and take other precautions as posted on-site.

The Pavilion Café is open with limited capacity Friday–Sunday, 11:00 am–2:00 pm. Our stores are open with limited capacity to ensure social distancing Tuesday–Sunday, 12:00–5:00 pm.

We sincerely hope you will find beauty and tranquility at Winterthur. Please make your reservations online or by phone (800.448.3883, x7029). Check out our full fall calendar of event happening on-site and online.

 

Discover Winterthur in new and exciting ways through virtual experiences on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter @winterthurmuse.

Question? See our FAQs to learn more.

 

Enjoy your visit!

As with any facility outside of your home, use of the facilities at Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library may expose you to the COVID-19 virus. Your decision to access this facility is made knowingly and voluntarily by you with full knowledge of this risk. If you do decide to visit Winterthur, your use of these facilities (including all indoor and outdoor spaces) shall mean that you are accepting the risks associated with the COVID-19 virus, have read and agree to all of our rules and protocols as they relate to COVID-19, and acknowledge that Winterthur is not responsible should you contract the virus. It is presumed that you will make your own assessment of the associated risks of coming to Winterthur and will act accordingly.

 

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