Her exhibit that was set to open on April 18, “Intangible,” was an exhibit of yarn and fabric. Now, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the “Intangible” exhibit is opening with a new twist; visitors can’t touch anything.
Here is how Sweet Tooth Hotel is updating it’s policy to be CDC approved:
- Capping visitors at 10 per hour.
- Individual parties will check in together and be kept 6 feet away from other parties.
- A guide will take visitors through, making sure they don’t touch the installations.
- Days of operation will be extended to Tuesday through Sunday, for a deep-cleaning service scheduled for Mondays.
- Three of the venue’s seven employees will work each day, they will be in charge of sanitizing exhibits after groups leave each room and between different groups’ time slots.
- They will screen both guests and staff with contactless thermometers. No one with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or above will be allowed to enter.
- Guests will be able to purchase tickets online only and QR codes will be scanned by staff at a counter lined with plastic glass shields.
- Every door will be left open, with the exception of bathroom doors, and there will be a few hand-sanitizing stations.
- You can read more of Sweet Tooth Hotel’s new guidelines here.
“Intangible – A Fiber Fairytale” opens on June 6.