Kelsey Museum to reopen to U-M community members


The Kelsey Museum of Archaeology will welcome back University of Michigan students, faculty and staff beginning Oct. 20. In an effort to keep the density on campus low, the museum can only accommodate U-M community members at this time.

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In addition to the museum’s permanent galleries, its new special exhibition, “Randal Stegmeyer: Exposing the Past,” will be open as well. 

Visitors must have a valid MCard, and in accordance with university guidelines, the museum is operating its galleries at a reduced capacity. Admission is free, but visits must be scheduled in advance through Eventbrite.

The museum’s online resources, including Family Week, continue.

Located on Central Campus, the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology supports teaching and research on classical, Egyptian, and Near Eastern archaeology. It houses more than 100,000 artifacts, of which approximately 1,500 are on permanent display.


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