Caramoor’s Health & Safety policies have been updated as of October 13, 2022 to reflect current state and local guidelines. As you’re planning your visit, please refer to this page for up-to-date policies.
We are committed to maintaining the health and safety of our guests, artists, and staff, while ensuring that your visit to Caramoor is both comfortable and enjoyable.
For events — including indoor and outdoor concerts, Afternoons Teas, and tours of the Rosen House — we no longer require, but highly recommend, vaccination and the use of a mask. For immunocompromised individuals, the CDC recommends additional protective measures — please refer to their website for more information.
All events will be held at full capacity and seating will not be distanced. All events will adhere to the latest public health guidelines which may result in changing policies or occupancy limits.
For concerts and events, we highly recommend — but do not require — the use of a face mask.
- Wear a mask with two or more layers. Wear the mask over your nose and mouth and under your chin.
- The following are discouraged: Masks with exhalation valves; masks made of loosely woven fabrics; scarves; buffs; bandanas; gaiters; and face shields alone.
- Masks will be available upon request.
For indoor concerts and events, audiences are not required to provide proof of vaccination.
Doing Our Part
Caramoor has implemented the following procedures to provide a safe environment for our guests, artists, and staff:
Enhanced Cleaning Measures
All venues, restrooms, and corridors are cleaned regularly.
Advanced Air Filtration
The Rosen House heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system has been upgraded with a medical-grade HEPA-13 air filter.
Digital tickets are able to be scanned directly from your mobile device.
Caramoor is actively monitoring staff and community health as well as New York state and CDC guidelines for safety.
Hand Sanitizer Stations
Hand sanitizer stations are positioned throughout the campus.