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Coronavirus (COVID-19): guidance for museums, galleries and heritage attractions

Good practice guidelines for re-opening museums, galleries and heritage attractions during the coronavirus pandemic.

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6 page PDF

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Coronavirus (COVID-19): guidance for museums, galleries and heritage attractions
Next steps

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Next steps

Review and future development

This guidance extends until further notice. It sets out both our current advice and guidance for museums, galleries and heritage attractions in helping to handle COVID-19, as well as beginning to develop a route-map towards restarting activities within overarching public health considerations. 

Our next step is to continue to develop plans to address the wider issues needed to get museums, galleries and heritage attractions restarted again. This will happen in a phased manner as set out in the Coronavirus (COVID-19): framework for decision making – Scotland’s route map through and out of the crisis. The route map provides an indication of the order in which we will carefully and gradually seek to lift current restrictions, but does not attempt to specify dates for all the different phases. All of this will be evidence-led.

Easing restrictions will not mean returning to how things were before the virus. Physical distancing, hand hygiene, and other critical behaviours will be essential in each area to ensure public and workforce confidence.  

This guidance will be updated and reviewed as required in consultation with sector leaders and unions. Please ensure you use the latest version. 

It is for individual organisations in conjunction with their workforce to decide how best to successfully adopt and adapt guidance for their individual circumstances.


First published: 6 Jul 2020 Last updated: 30 Jul 2020 -