COVID-19 Safety Protocols

Lake Champlain Maritime Museum makes every effort to ensure the safety of our staff, volunteers, visitors, and community. The Museum provides many different opportunities for engagement and learning, and different programs require different safety protocols.

For all programs attendees, volunteers, and visitors: If you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19 or feeling unwell in any way at any time, please stay home.

As of February 2023, here are the Museum’s COVID-19 safety protocols:

  • Museum Visitors and Adult Program Participants: Masks will be optional for visitors and staff based on each individual’s personal preferences. Additional masks are available in the Hoehl Family Visitor and Education Center.
  • Camps and Expeditions: Due to the extended and repeat close contact of the Museum’s camps, full vaccination of the participant is required to protect the safety of everyone participating in these programs. Those with proof of a medical exemption may participate with proof of a negative COVID test within three days of the start of camp.
  • Public Events: Masks are recommended for large, indoor gatherings but optional based on personal preferences and current COVID transmission levels in Addison County.  
  • Youth Rowing Practices and School Programs: School-based youth rowing practices and other school programs will follow school guidelines for after-school sports practices.

Per Lake Champlain Maritime Museum’s Personnel Policy, all staff and volunteers of Lake Champlain Maritime Museum are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (except for staff and volunteers with proof of medical exemption) as of September 15, 2021.

Safety protocols are subject to change as conditions and state and federal recommendations change. We will update these protocols regularly to be in line with the current guidelines. Thank you for being part of our community and working together to stop the spread of COVID-19.