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Destination Update: COVID-19

As of May 1, the Governor of Texas, Greg Abbott issues Executive Order GA-18, stating that non-essential retail stores, movie theaters, dine-in restaurants (not including bars), shopping malls, museums and libraries are to operate with in-store traffic, but occupancy limits are reduced to 25%. Within shopping malls, the food-court dining areas, play areas, and interactive displays and settings must remain closed.

Single-person offices may reopen as well. Churches and places of worship remain open. Outdoor sports are allowed to resume so long as no more than four participants are playing together at one time. Certain social distancing practices must also be followed.

Essential services such as farmers and ranchers, grocery and drug stores, banks, and gas stations will continue to operate. Public swimming pools, bars, gyms, cosmetology salons, massage establishments, interactive amusement venues, such as bowling alleys and video arcades, and tattoo and piercing studios will remain closed through Phase 1. Nursing homes, state supported living centers, assisted living facilities, and long-term care facilities must remain closed to visitors unless to provide critical assistance.

For additional information:

At the recommendation of social distancing, a number of events and attractions are taking preemptive measures and using an overabundance of caution to keep our community safe. We’ve compiled a list of everything we know that has been closed, postponed or has updated offerings. We'll be continually updating this page as we hear from partners, but with the situation changing rapidly, it’s best to call ahead to avoid disappointment. 

Attraction News

The Beaumont Children's Museum is currently closed, but check out their Facebook page for activities you can do at home.

Art Museum of Southeast Texas is closed until further notice, but check out their Facebook page for activities to do at home and virtual tours of the new exhibits.

The Texas Energy Museum is closed until further notice. However, the museum is updating their information on their website and YouTube channel.

Gator Country Adventure Park is currently closed, but check out their Facebook page for amazing gator content.

John Jay French Museum and the Chambers House has suspended guided museum tours, but will reevaluate as additional information becomes available.

McFaddin-Ward House is currently closed to the public.

Spindletop Gladys City Museum has released a video for virtual tours of the museum on their Facebook

Fire Museum of Texas is closed until further notice.

Clifton Steamboat and Beaumont Botanical Gardens remain closed.

Babe Didrikson Zaharias Museum has closed until further notice. 

The COVID-19 situation is constantly evolving, and the Beaumont CVB encourages travelers, as well as residents, to follow the below steps to protect themselves against infection:

What you need to know:

CDC Coronavirus Fact Sheet

What to do if you are sick:

CDC Coronavirus What to Do

More Information:

CDC Coronavirus 

Do the Five: Help Stop Coronavirus

1. HANDS Wash them often

2. ELBOW Cough into it

3. FACE Don't touch it

4. FEET Stay more than 3ft apart

5. FEEL sick? Stay home