Richmond Museum re-opens its doors after pandemic shutdown

After having closed its doors since March due to the pandemic, the Richmond Museum has re-opened its exhibits to the public.

The museum, which shares the same building as the Richmond Art Gallery and the Brighouse Public Library, was one of many facilities that were closed due to COVID-19 mid-March.

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Sheila Hill, curator of exhibitions at the Richmond Museum, says they are excited to welcome visitors back with safety protocols in place.

“Our City at Work exhibit is more relevant than ever as we all work our way through this challenging pandemic year,” said Hill.

“We hope visitors will enjoy discovering the many ways our city keeps us healthy and safe with all of our services in place.”

The museum’s exhibit is available to the public. However, no programs and events are being held at this time.

Richmond Museum is open Wednesday to Saturday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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