Glenstone Museum has announced that it will be suspending indoor dining at the Cafe and Patio and will be reducing visitor capacity starting today, Thursday, December 23.
Glenstone is an art museum based in Potomac. The museum displays exhibits of contemporary and modern art from post-WWII artists such as Jean-Michel Basquiat, Louise Bourgeois, Alexander Calder, Andy Goldsworthy, Jeff Koons, Richard Serra, and more. A large portion of the museum’s art and architecture can be viewed through an outdoor walking tour experience, spread out throughout the 300 acre property.
The museum is free to visit, although tickets are required for entry. Glenstone offers a guaranteed entry (no ticket required) program for students, active military personnel, museum professionals, and Ride On Bus passengers. Glenstone also partners with MCPS to offer free field trips for students. All visitors must be over age 12.
You can learn more about Glenstone by checking out their website.
Additional COVID-19 Safety Measures
The safety and wellbeing of our visitors and associates are our top priorities and we have adjusted our visitor experience to include additional COVID-19 safety measures. These include:
• Requiring visitors and staff to wear masks indoors; masks must always fit snugly under the chin (please note: gaiters and masks with exhalation valves are not permitted)
• Scheduling visits in advance and reducing visitor capacity
• As of Thursday, December 23, 2021 suspending indoor dining at the Café and Patio, and offering outdoor-only dining at the Patio, weather permitting
• Requesting visitors reschedule their visit if they have tested positive for COVID-19 or been exposed to COVID-19 within the last 14 days, have not followed current travel restrictions identified by the state, or feel unwell
Featured Photo Courtesy of Glenstone