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Information For Visitors

MUMA continues to implement our Covid-safety plan, which includes public health and physical distancing measures to keep our visitors safe.

We strongly recommend wearing a mask if you:

  • are in an indoor setting at Monash University and in the MUMA galleries
  • can’t physically distance, such as at entry or exit points to large events, including public events, workshops and openings at MUMA
  • are with people who may be vulnerable to COVID-19.

Following the advice from the Minister for Health, Martin Foley, from 11.59pm, Friday 22 April 2022:

  • Visitors are not required to have two doses or show their vaccination status before entering MUMA.
  • Visitors are no longer required to check-in using the Service Victoria app upon entry.
  • If you are a close contact, you will need to have undertaken at least five negative rapid tests over the seven days that would previously have been the self-quarantine period, prior to visiting MUMA. Close contacts will no longer have to quarantine – provided they wear a mask while at MUMA.

What you can expect when visiting MUMA:

  • MUMA is fitted with automatic sliding doors into the museum and all our galleries. This ensures a touch free experience when visiting our exhibitions.
  • If you’ve brought them, please cloak your own bag or umbrella yourself in the area provided.
  • If you would like to make a booking, please call us on +61 3 9905 4217.
  • For those interested in purchasing books from the MUMA Shop, please note we are taking card payments only. The MUMA Shop is also available online.
  • Monash is undertaking enhanced cleaning across MUMA and the Monash Caulfield campus and MUMA is ensuring regular cleaning of high contact areas such as hand sanitiser dispensers.
  • Please do not visit if you’re unwell or have experienced cold or flu symptoms in the last 7 days.

Notice of photography

Please note MUMA photograph our exhibitions and events and use these images for future promotional and archival purposes. If you do not wish to be photographed please let one of our friendly staff know.

Image: Visitor observing Vivienne Binn's Cambridge carpet 2001; Nylon over the Lachlan 2005; and A surface of leaves—lino 2001. Vivienne Binns: On and through the Surface, Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne, 2022. Photo: MUMA