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Aviation Museum Schedule and Covid-19 Health Protocols

We're open extra hours during school vacation
 
Families! During school vacation week, the Aviation Museum of N.H. will be open on Thursday, Feb. 25 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (That's in addition to our regular hours Friday through Sunday.) Come find out why the Aviation Museum was voted the "Best Place to Take Kids" in Greater Manchester in the 2020 Hippo Readers Poll. There's plenty to see and do! We're following all Covid-19 precautions (masks are mandatory) and look forward to your visit!
 
During January 2021, the Aviation Museum will be open Fridays & Saturdays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sundays 1 to 7 p.m.
To conform to Covid-19 guidelines, and to keep our visitors and volunteers safe, please observe the following:  
• Face-coverings must be worn to enter the museum.
• Credit card / checks accepted for admission or other purchases. No cash.
• Visitors will be screened for temperature and Covid-19 symptoms.
• Each party must provide contact info.
• Museum limited to 24 visitors at one time.
• Children should stay with parents/guardians at all times.
• Please observe social distancing at all times.
• Public bathrooms, drinking fountain, and gift store closed until further notice.
• Aviation Museum public areas will be regularly cleaned and sanitized.
 
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding as we strive to meet CDC and state public health guidelines to operate the museum safely during the ongoing pandemic. 
 
For more information, call the museum at (603) 669-4820.

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