Update: September 29th 2020
Welcome back to the Museum of the Canals! Your museum visit will be somewhat adjusted due to Covid-measures. Read more below about the adjustments and what we expect of you as a visitor, so that we can create safe and pleasant museum visits together.
Prior to your visit
- Reservation is mandatory. Reserve your tickets here.
- We have temporarily adjusted our opening hours:
Tuesdays – Fridays 12am – 4pm
Saturdays & Sundays 12am – 5pm
- Bring a face mask
- The maximum group size is 4 people per timeslot, unless you belong to a single household.
- The elevator and the cloakroom are temporarily closed, due to a shortage of space.
- Would you like to visit the museum with a (school)group? Send us an e-mail for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
What you can expect from us
- You will find hand sanitizer in the various rooms of the building
- All our staff members wear a face mask
- A maximum of 48 people in the museum at the same time
- We have created a route through our permanent exhibition, and the temporary exhibition has clearly marked places where you can stand
- Every visitor is obliged to take an audioguide. That way, we can know exactly when our maximum capacity for visitors has been reached. Feel free to bring your own headphones (standard 3.5 mm jack audio input)
- Our museum is thoroughly cleaned everyday, and contact surfaces are regularly disinfected
What we expect of you as a visitor
- Do not come to the museum if you or those you are in contact with have cold or flu symptoms.
- Upon entry, you will be asked to make use of our hand sanitizer
- Wear a face mask in the museum
- Keep 1,5 meters (5 feet) distance from other visitors and our staff
- Cough and sneeze on the inside of your elbow
- Try to minimize the touching of (stair)railings, doors and the products in our museum store
- Use hand sanitizer in the exhibition rooms and upon leaving the museum
- Pay with card
- Always follow the instructions of the museum staff
We wish everyone a safe and pleasant visit to the Museum of the Canals – hope to see you soon!