We are happy to reopen our museums and ask you to follow our guidelines for protection against SARS-CoV-2.
You are allowed to visit our exhibitions as there is plenty of space to keep the distance.
Accompanying offers such as guided tours and events of all kinds will be available with restrictions from July 1, 2020.
Protective measures against Coronavirus at the Museum
Before you enter, do you have any signs of a cold? Shortness of breath, cough, fever, sore throat? Have you been in an area where the coronavirus has spread?
If so, please go back home and call 040 – 428 284 000.
Please keep your distance!
Keep a distance of at least 1,5 metres to other people and thus reduce the risk of SARS-CoV-2-infection.
Wear a mask at all times!
The obligation to wear a mask applies to all public areas in our museums, i.e. visitors*, supervisory staff, cashiers, employees and other external guests alike.
For events on the premises of the SHMH it shall apply that mouth-nose covers may be taken off during the stay on seats or other permanently occupied places or during physical activities; during performances, speeches or lectures persons acting in each case may take off the mouth-nose covers.
Face visors are not permissible mouth-nose covers.
Persons who refuse to wear a mask in these areas are to be denied access.
Exceptions to the obligation to wear masks apply to children up to the age of seven years; in the event of credibly demonstrated unreasonableness of wearing them due to health restrictions or disability; temporarily for communication with hearing impaired people.