The Ermatinger∙Clergue National Historic Site will open to the public beginning Tuesday, June 23 under Stage 2 of Ontario’s re-opening plan.
Visitation at this time will be limited and visitors will be asked to wear their own masks and gloves in order to protect themselves, the exhibits and the historic integrity of the artifacts. As part of the Provincial government’s Stage 2 mandate, barriers have been placed in museum rooms to prevent the use of interactive and high-touch areas. Persons in the museum will be asked to maintain physical distancing of at least two metres from each other at all times and visitor flow will be managed accordingly.
“We are excited to be open but continue to take guidance from the Province of Ontario and public health officials to limit risks to our visitors,” says Kathy Fisher, Curator, Ermatinger∙Clergue National Historic Site. “Pending approval, additional services and programming can be accommodated mid-July with our outdoor Heritage Culinary experiences and annual strawberry and blueberry experiences.”
The Site will be open beginning June 23, Tuesday to Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information contact the Ermatinger∙Clergue National Historic Site at 705-759-5443 or email [email protected]
For the latest information on City services and facilities affected by COVID-19 visit saultstemarie.ca/COVID19. The City thanks citizens for their cooperation during this time and encourages responsible use of the facility within the guidelines provided