A Safe Visit
What we do to prevent contagion
- At the moment we do not offer public guided tours
- We have a maximum number of 120 people in our premises. Based on the Public Health Agency’s recommendations, we ensure that each visitor has around 10 square meters of space.
Before you visit
No requirement for COVID certificate
You are welcome to visit the museum as usual without showing proof of vaccination.
Stay at home when you feel unwell
You are welcome to visit us if you feel healthy. If you feel unwell, stay at home until you get well.
Plan your visit
If you want to visit the museum when there are usually fewer visitors and extra space, we recommend that you come between 3 pm-7 pm or at the evening opening on Thursdays at 5 pm-8 pm. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, there are generally fewer visitors during the whole day. On the weekend, there are generally more visitors to the museum, but there are usually fewer visitors on Sundays than on Saturdays.
Practical information before your visit
- Parms: It is unfortunately not possible to take prams into the museum’s exhibition space. It is possible to park and lock the pram outdoors next to the museum.
- Wardrobe: There is a cloakroom next to the museum’s shop. There are hangers for clothes as well as hat shelves. You will also find some lockable cabinets in the cloakroom.
- Packed meal: We do not have any room for eating packed meals. The sensitive environment means that it is not permitted to eat or drink in the museum’s exhibitions, entrance or shop.
- Lavatory: Half a staircase down, towards the royal carriages.