you can stop the spread of covid-19

UPDATE 8/17/2021: In accordance with local experts' recommendations, masks and face coverings are required for all visitors, volunteers, staff, and students at Spartanburg Art Museum (regardless of vaccination status) to stop the spread of the new Delta and Lambda variants of COVID-19.


Spartanburg Art Museum’s highest priority is the safety of visitors, volunteers, students, and staff during this time of the global pandemic known as SARS-CoV-2, or COVID-19. This novel coronavirus is an upper respiratory tract illness with a host of debilitating symptoms and side effects, including the deaths of over 600,000 Americans between February 29 2020 and July 1 2021.

You are capable of saving lives and stopping the spread of COVID-19. Basic sanitation methods, such as washing your hands frequently throughout the day, coughing and sneezing into your elbow or sleeve, wearing a cloth face covering, and staying six feet away from others are the standard guidelines for thwarting the novel coronavirus.


Please adhere to the following guidelines when entering and leaving the Museum.