Welcome back! We can’t wait to see you in person again. The Bass opened to the public on Wednesday, September 16. We’ve made many adjustments to our operations, including rigorous health and safety measures, visitor guidelines and adjusted opening hours. Please refer to the below to plan your visit and learn how to enjoy the museum safely.
FOR FURTHER QUESTIONS
EXPLORE THE MUSEUM SAFELY
Please help us ensure the health and well-being of every visitor and staff member. Our staff conducts sanitation of high traffic areas to ensure your safety.
Wash hands frequently. Sanitizing stations are located throughout the building for regular use and bathrooms are equipped with touchless faucets.
Credit or debit card payments are preferred, although cash is still accepted. Walk-in visits are welcome, but if you prefer to purchase a ticket in advance, we have those options, too. Buy a ticket online.
Leave oversized bags or luggage at your home, hotel or in your vehicle. Our complimentary bag and coat check services are operating, but will be self-service. We are unable to store oversized bags or luggage.
No outside food or drinks are permitted. Please leave these items in your bag or consume before you arrive.
Please, do not touch the art. We miss the days of interactive exhibitions, and hope to bring them back one day soon, but for now, please refrain from touching.
Context without contact. Limited printed materials are available, but we encourage you to enjoy our digital experiences during your visit. Follow QR codes throughout the building to unlock virtual-reality, artists talks, self-guided tours and more, all using your personal device
We continually monitor the CDC, WHO, Miami-Dade County and City of Miami Beach guidelines to ensure all policies and protocols are implemented accurately and effectively. In addition to all CDC, WHO, County and City requirements, the following measures are currently in effect:
The building is sanitized thoroughly each day, and high traffic areas such as bathrooms, elevator call buttons, railings, door handles, etc. are also frequently sanitized.
Limited menu and no on-site dining at the museum café. Only take away and to-go items are for sale at this time, and food/beverages must be consumed outside of the museum.
Protective plexiglass barriers are installed for guest and staff protection at the reception desks and at the café.
Hand sanitizing stations are located throughout the building for regular use and bathrooms are equipped with touchless faucets.
Hospital-grade HEPA air filters are in use throughout the facility and are changed and monitored frequently. HEPA filters are high efficiency filters that typically capture over 99.5% of all particulate pollution, including pollen, viruses, bacteria, and mold.
Context without contact provided through digital experiences, accessible during your visit. Follow QR codes throughout the building to unlock more opportunities for context and connection with the work on view while at the museum, including virtual reality and self-guided tours, all using your personal device.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Please take a moment to review the below in advance of your visit to ensure we answer all of your questions, and set the right expectations. It’s great to be back and we can’t wait to see you soon!
MUSEUM MEMBERSHIP PRIORITY ACCESS
To our members, thank you for continuing to support the museum through your membership. We rely on these donations to keep the museum active during these challenging times. If your membership has expired, or if you are interested in learning about membership programs for as little as $25 per year with free admission always and year-round perks, please visit thebass.org/membership.
For more information, please contact [email protected]
VISITING PUBLIC SPACES
We are taking every measure possible to ensure we are mitigating the spread of COVID-19, however there is always an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 in any enclosed public space where people are present. We cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed to COVID-19 during your visit to The Bass. Those visiting The Bass do so at their own risk of such exposure.
Please stay home if you are feeling sick. For more information about COVID-19, visit the CDC website.