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Rosé Mansion Is Open For Business

Don’t worry, Rosé Mansion is open for business! We want to assure you that we’re taking all the necessary steps to keep you safe amidst growing Coronavirus health concerns.

Here are some things Rosé Mansion is doing to help keep everyone healthy:

  • The GoVino wine glasses included with your ticket are individual, sterilized wine glasses that you can take home and keep. You will use your glass for your entire visit to Rosé Mansion and you are the ONLY one that will have ever used it.
  • The Rosé Mansion is a mostly hands-off experience. If you don’t want to touch anything, you don’t have to. You won’t miss out, so feel free to keep your hands to yourself!
  • The Mansion is deep-cleaned every night after we close. We’re continually wiping down surfaces like tables, doorknobs, and iPads with anti-bacterial wipes throughout the day. This has always been our policy, but now we’re doubling down on our diligence to make sure everyone is safe.
  • Alcohol kills germs! You know the old saying, “A Rosé a day keeps the doctor Coronavirus away.” Ok, maybe not. But washing your hands does, and we have plenty of bacteria-killing soap!

Here are some things you can do to keep yourself healthy:

  • Lay off handshakes and hugs to say hello. Instead, greet your friends with a bow (very fancy,) an elbow-bump (it’s catching on,) some interpretive dance moves (always welcome at the Mansion). Or, make up your own special hands-free greeting. 
  • Wash your hands thoroughly and frequently. Here’s a list of some songs you can sing while you wash to make sure you’re getting your full 20 seconds:
    • Prince, “Raspberry Beret”
    • Beyoncé, “Love on Top”
    • Dolly Parton, “Jolene”
    • Toto, “Africa”
    • Lizzo, “Truth Hurts”
    • Fleetwood Mac, “Landslide”
  • Carry some hand sanitizer with you (we’ll have some, too.)
  • If you have a compromised immune system or health condition that puts you at a higher risk, maybe hold off on your Rosé Mansion visit for now.
  • If you aren’t feeling well, stay home and come see us another time.

Yes, Governor Cuomo has declared a state of emergency. But in case you didn’t know, this is something leaders do to free up funding more quickly in case it is needed.

It is not a quarantine. It’s not an order to stop traveling or a signal to descend into that doomsday bunker you built for the impending threat of a zombie apocalypse. 

There’s no need to worry and you can still gather with your friends. Just use common sense when it comes to staying healthy and for the love of Rosé, stop touching your face so darn much!

More information on preventing Coronavirus can be found here.

If you have any additional concerns, please reach out to our customer service! We’re here to help!

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