While your visit to the shrine & museum might look a little different, the opportunity for peaceful contemplation and historical inspiration is still the same. We ask you to work together with us to keep the shrine and museum a safe space for yourself, for all visitors, and for our staff.
Limited parking, including handicap spaces, are available adjacent to the shrine and museum building. Parking is also available on the street and in the St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center garages for a cost.
Museum Admission is Free
(suggested donation $5.00)
Shrine & Museum Cleaning and Sanitation Standards
What we're doing to keep you safe
What we're asking visitors to do
We have worked diligently to develop new procedures that ensure a safe environment for all who come through our doors. We will continue to rely on guidance from the CDC, New York State Department of Health, and Onondaga County Health Department to make operational decisions and adjustments as necessary.
Cleaning & Sanitation Standards
- Shrine & museum staff is on-site before, during, and after the shrine & museum operating hours to sanitize and clean the restrooms, common areas, and exhibit galleries
- Staff are frequently cleaning and disinfecting commonly touched surfaces to eliminate the spread of germs throughout each day.
- Hand sanitizer stations are available throughout the shrine & museum
- Staff are required to frequently wash their hands and to not come to work if they are sick or have a fever.
- Visitors are encouraged to notify Museum staff if an area or object needs immediate attention.
601 North Townsend St.
Syracuse, N.Y. 13203