This page contains information about safety during your visit, frequently asked questions and the terms and conditions of your booking. Please read these carefully before visiting us.
Caring about your safety
To help you feel safer visiting us, we have:
- Undertaken full risk assessments in line with national Covid-19 guidance.
- Contactless card payment is preferred but cash will be accepted.
- Safety screens at till and information points to increase protection.
- Hand sanitising points through out the museum and an increased cleaning regime.
In return, we ask that you help us by:
- Although social distancing is no longer mandatory, with cases still rising we encourage maintaining 2m social distancing from other visitors, staff and volunteers where possible.
- Wash your hands regularly for 20 seconds or more and particularly after contacting surfaces in public areas.
- Use the hand sanitiser provided at every opportunity.
- Wear a face covering during your visit, including inside public areas of The Symington Building.
Frequently Asked Questions
2. Leicestershire County Council reserves the right to refuse entry to the site.
3. Customers displaying anti-social behaviour will be asked to leave and could be subject to prosecution.
4. With the exception of assistance dogs, no animals are permitted onto the site.
5. Whilst we welcome recreational photography and recording, no professional cameras, video recorders or any form of audio-visual recording equipment allowed in the site without prior written permission from the site manager.
6. Visitors are reminded that for technical or operational reasons, some facilities may be removed or closed or entertainment cancelled and/or altered at any time. Leicestershire County Council reserves the right to change the programme of attractions and entertainment if at any time it is deemed necessary or appropriate to do so.
7. Leicestershire County Council accept no responsibility for any personal property.
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