Important information

COVID-19 Vaccination Policy

Updated 1/5/2022 and subject to change.

The Delaware Art Museum is closely monitoring the ongoing COVID-19 situation. For the health and protection of our Members, guests, and staff the Museum requires all indoor visitors 18 and over to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and every visitor is required to wear a mask.

To enter the Museum, Studio classes, or any indoor programs or events, please be prepared to show proof of your vaccination status by presenting a vaccination card or a photo of your vaccination card on your phone, along with a photo ID. Currently, 2 doses of Pfizer or Moderna or 1 dose of J & J are required to be considered fully vaccinated.

International visitors, please provide the Museum with an official immunization record from outside the U.S.

Every visitor is required to wear a mask inside the Museum. Masks may only be removed to eat or drink. Social distancing of 3 feet should be maintained between parties. We will remain hopeful that our situation changes for the better, and we will notify all pre-registered guests of any updated policies as they evolve. We will also adhere to any statewide mandates imposed by Governor Carney. We will provide a full refund to anyone wishing to withdraw from classes, programs, or events, due to our updated COVID-19 policies.

We ask for your patience and understanding as the situation continues to unfold and as we do our best to keep us all safe.

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Pardon our Appearance

The Museum’s front entrance accessible door is under construction and unavailable. Please plan to use the rear entrance accessible door to gain entrance to the Museum.


February 2021 through summer 2023, I-95 in Wilmington will be under major construction which may cause significant traffic delays. When traveling to the Delaware Art Museum please consider alternate routes. Visit for a project overview, see updated closures, and sign up for project-related alerts.


Dogs should remain leashed at all times while on Museum property.