Museum operations during the COVID-19 outbreak (March 12 update)

(Photo by Todd DeFeo)

THIS NOTICE HAS BEEN UPDATED. PLEASE CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.

With so much discussion about COVID-19 and Coronavirus, we wanted to provide a brief update. As of now, the museum has not canceled any events this spring and continues to operate on our regular schedule. But, museum guests may see some changes around the museum (such as closed water fountains).

We are monitoring the situation closely and will let you know if we decide to change any previously announced events.

As a general rule, the museum follows the lead of the Gwinnett County Public Schools. If the entire system or a significant portion (such as the local high school-based cluster of schools) closes, the museum will be closed.

Announcements related to closing will be posted to the museum’s website, the museum’s Facebook page. Thank you for your patience and understanding. We hope you remain safe and healthy!

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Todd DeFeo is a writer, marketer and wanderer. The New Jersey native and Atlanta resident works in the public relations sector and previously worked for several newspapers in Georgia and Tennessee. He has written for a number of online publications and views writing as an excuse to explore the world, whether it’s down the street or on another continent. He is the owner of The DeFeo Groupe and editor of Railfanning.org and Sightseers' Delight.

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