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ReOpening Policies

Updated 09.02.2021

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We have re-opened in conjunction with county and state regulations as well as guidance from the Center for Disease Control. As such, there are several new policies planned to keep you and all visitors healthy and safe. 

Policies for Visiting
To ensure your health and safety, please follow these new policies:

  • Masks are required to be worn indoors by all visitors (ages 2 and over), regardless of vaccination status, per the updated requirements for Anne Arundel County government buildings. Masks are not required outdoors. Learn more about the updated requirement here.

  • Check in at the Visitor Center to receive your sticker. You need to wear a sticker at all times. 

  • The gardens, grounds, bathrooms, Discover London Town exhibit, and reconstructed colonial buildings (Lord Mayor's Tenement and Carpenter Shop) are open.

  • The William Brown House has reopened but is only available during the 11am and 2:30pm walking tours. You can see a virtual tour here

  • The site may close if larger numbers appear than can be accommodated by the site. 

  • Anything brought onsite must be taken offsite.

  • We are still requiring masks for children's programs, such as Homeschool Days and planned group tours. If you have a specific question about an event or tour, please contact us at

And remember:

  • If you are sick, please stay home.

  • Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer before and after your visit.

  • Consider wearing a face mask for the safety of you and others, especially if you are unvaccinated.

  • Practice social distancing. Leave 6 feet of space between you and others. If you wish to pass another person, please announce yourself and your intentions so that other person may move out of your way.


If you do not follow these policies, you will be asked to leave. Please note that these policies may be updated or change at any time.

The health and safety of our members, volunteers, and staff is our first priority. Mandates and recommendations from government officials and the Center for Disease Control may change our ability to follow this new limited opening plan. If we find that guests are not following appropriate social distancing or other guidelines, we may be forced to completely close again. 

This is a new and challenging set of circumstances for us here at London Town. Our main concern is the health and safety of you and everyone else on site. This is the latest phase of what is expected to be a series of phases of openings. These phases will be enacted on the guidance from government and health authorities. Next phases will be shared next as they become available. We want to get back to normal operations as soon as possible, but that will take some time.

If you have any concerns or questions, feel free to contact us at

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