The Skirball Cultural Center is currently open to visitors with advance reservations. The well-being of the community is our top priority. As you plan your next visit, please adhere to the following requirements.
Note: Safety protocols are subject to change and vary by program and for private events. Please check this webpage and any reservation reminders before your visit for the most up-to-date and detailed information.
RESERVE IN ADVANCE—Advance reservations are required of all visitors except for children under 2 (toddler tickets will be distributed at visitor check-in when you claim your timed-entry tickets). No walk-ups will be accommodated.
- Visitor capacity is limited.
- The entry and exit times on your ticket must be observed so that we can monitor visitor capacity so plan to arrive on time.
PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES SUBJECT TO CANCELLATION
Read our Ticketing Methods and Policies.
SHOW PROOF OF FULL VACCINATION
OR A NEGATIVE COVID-19 TEST TAKEN WITHIN 72 HOURS PRIOR TO YOUR VISIT (ALL AGES, INCLUDING INFANTS)
You are considered fully vaccinated:
- Two weeks after your second dose in a two-dose series, such as the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines
- Or two weeks after a single-dose vaccine, such as Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine
What counts as proof of vaccination?
- Your vaccination card, a digital vaccine record, or a legible photograph
- And your photo ID
What counts as proof of a negative COVID-19 test?
- An email (on your phone or printed out) that clearly shows:
- Your name
- The date of the test is within 72 hours prior to your visit
- A negative result
- And your photo ID (ages 12 and up)
Self-administered home tests will be accepted for children under 12.
WEAR A MASK OVER YOUR NOSE AND MOUTH (AGES 2 AND UP)—
- While indoors: All visitors ages 2 and up must wear a mask at all times (except while eating or drinking), regardless of vaccination status or negative test result.
- While outdoors: All unvaccinated visitors ages 2 and up must wear a mask at all times, regardless of negative test result. Note: Certain events may require vaccinated individuals to wear masks outdoors. See event-specific emails for details.
Please follow these “how to wear a mask” guidelines from the LA County Department of Public Health. No neck gaiters, open chin triangle bandanas, or face coverings with valves, mesh, or holes.
COMPLETE A SAFETY SCREENING UPON ARRIVAL—All visitors must complete a safety screening in order to check in.
MAINTAIN PHYSICAL DISTANCING OF AT LEAST SIX FEET—Please maintain at least six feet of distance from others not in your group while on the Skirball campus. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
WASH AND SANITIZE YOUR HANDS FREQUENTLY—Restrooms and hand sanitizer are available for use during your visit.
STAY HOME IF YOU FEEL SICK OR HAVE BEEN EXPOSED TO COVID-19—Please do not visit the Skirball if you or anyone in your party or household:
- Is experiencing fever, chills, shortness of breath, cough, or other signs of illness
- Has been in close contact with someone with a confirmed or suspected case of COVID-19 within the last 14 days
Instead, stay home, take care, and reschedule your reservation, subject to availability.
If you are unwilling or unable to follow these protocols, kindly postpone your visit to the Skirball. For the health and safety of all, any visitors acting in an unsafe manner or not adhering to the protocols will be asked to leave the campus.
Questions? Please call (310) 440-4500 (press 2). Monday–Friday, 8:00 am–5:00 pm (PT).
What else we’re doing to help keep everyone safe:
UPGRADED AIR FILTRATION—Doors and windows will be opened where possible for higher cross-ventilation. The MERV rating of air filters has been increased and HVAC systems have been upgraded to allow for greater outside air intake and more frequent air cycle exchanges per hour per space.
ENHANCED CLEANING PROTOCOLS—The facilities are cleaned and disinfected throughout the day using hospital-grade, environmentally safe cleaners. We are cleaning frequently touched surfaces multiple times per day as well as using electrostatic sprayers to clean hard-to-reach areas. A clear antimicrobial film has been applied to door handles, push plates, and other high-touch surfaces. Aboard Noah’s Ark, toys and musical instruments are rotated out and cleaned between sessions, and the entire gallery is deep cleaned each night.
HAND SANITIZER STATIONS—Hand sanitizer is available at dispensers across the campus.