Aga Khan Museum reopens | (@AgaKhanMuseum )

“A very warm welcome back to the Aga Khan Museum! I am so delighted that — after eight months of lockdown — we are finally able to open our doors to visitors again and rekindle human connection through arts and culture in our serene and safe spaces,” says the museum’s Director and CEO, Dr Ulrike AlKhamis, “Meanwhile, our cutting-edge digital programming for the #MuseumWithoutWalls will also continue to be at your disposal. Ambitious plans are underway to expand our educational offerings in particular, with the aim of carrying our mandate to foster intercultural dialogue and pluralism through the arts ever more boldly and impactfully around the country and the world.” 

The CityNews speaks with staff at the Aga Khan Museum about the new safety measures in place for the public to enjoy the exhibits.

Reserve your tickets: Take advantage of Pay What You Can admission until August 2

Learn more: FAQs about the Museum’s re-opening

Author: Sujjawal Ahmad

Sujjawal is an invited blog author from Pakistan. He finds it extremely exciting to develop a deep love of cultures around the world. The stories that are about humanity, and emotion, that compel us as individuals, and connect our hearts and minds are the kinds of stories Sujjawal has always gravitated to, and the kinds he tells. He can be reached at:

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