Get Vaccinated at the Purple Museum



(Good for one Museum visit for up to eight people the day of the clinic or through May 31, 2022. One pass per vaccinated family.)

Our next clinic is not yet confirmed. We’ll post details here as soon as they’re available.

The Museum is teaming up with the Santa Clara County Public Health Department to support families in the fight against COVID-19 by offering two free vaccination clinics for anyone age 5 and up.

Here’s what you need to know.

Walk-ups only on a first-come, first-served basis. Appointments are not necessary and cannot be made.

Children must be accompanied by a responsible caregiver over the age of 12. The responsible caregiver must stay with the minor for the duration of their time at the clinic (registration, vaccination, and observation).

Consent: vaccination documents need to be completed and signed by parent or legal guardian
a. This is where the actual parent or legal guardian comes in
b. Can be done prior, at home, does not have to be at the clinic

Accompanying: physically at clinic, this can be a responsible caregiver 12 and older (sibling, family member, friend, etc)
c. Accompanying person only needs to be 12 or older
d. Does not have to be actual parent or legal guardian

The vaccinations are free and no insurance is required.

First and second doses are available for all eligible people, starting at age 5 and up.

Pfizer Booster for people 12 and up (5 months after 2nd Pfizer dose); Moderna Booster for people 18 and up (6 months after 2nd Moderna dose).

Proof of immigration status is not required. Staff will be onsite to support language needs and disability access. Call 711 for Hearing and Speech Relay Service.

Special thanks to our funders for making these clinics possible and putting us one step closer to stopping the spread of COVID-19 in our community.

Learn more from Santa Clara County Public Health