Media ContactsKelli Narde Director of Cultural and Media Services
Commander Trent Cooper
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Littleton Museum to Expand Visitor Capacity
The Littleton Museum will expand visitor capacity from 50 people at a time to 100 beginning March 30. Reservations will no longer be required, but only ten people will be allowed in the galleries at one time. School or organized groups will not be permitted. Visiting groups should be from the same household, maintain at least six feet of social distancing from other visitors, and are strongly encouraged to limit their time at the museum to one hour. Masks are required.
The Littleton Museum has four galleries which highlight the history, art, and culture of the community, as well as traveling exhibits from the Smithsonian Institution and other museums. On display in the Littleton Gallery is the permanent exhibit Littleton: Spirit of Community. The Fine Arts Gallery will host a new Fine Arts Board Eye of the Camera photography exhibit, Myths and Legends, opening March 19 and running through April 24. The temporary exhibit The Way We Played remains on display in the Changing Gallery. This show has been extended into the summer because of COVID-related closures. The Kids Connection, a high-touch interactive experience for the museum's youngest visitors, is closed due to the pandemic.
Tuesday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Closed Sundays, Mondays, and holidays