Resumption of activities - only upon registration#Covid-19
From 9 June 2020, the National Museum of History and Art will open its exhibition spaces more widely to the public and offer activities again.
- all the showrooms will be again accessible except the Wiltheim Wing where only the temporary exhibition "Brushed by light" can be visited.
- the flow of the visitors continues to be strictly regulated and the number of simultaneous visitors to the museum is limited to a maximum of 200 people, with a distribution of 25 visitors by floor or exhibition room ;
- in case of guided tours, this maximum is revised downwards to ensure the social distancing. The flow is regulated by one-way and entry/exit signaling;
- the nocturnes which offer free weekly access from 5 to 8 pm are reinstated, Thursdays at the MNHA;
- the shop is open again;
- the sanitary rules applicable since the reopening on May 12, 2020 still remain in force, namely that the wearing of the mask during all the visit of the museum (which the visitor is required to have with him) as well as hand disinfection at the entrance of each exhibition space are compulsory.
Finally, the visitor is invited to show common sense, responsibility and solidarity by limiting contact and observing the recommended interpersonal distance.
Guided tours (indoors or outdoors) are once again offered for a group of maximum 20 people and are therefore subject to prior registration, as are
conferences. Only workshops for adults are offered again: a maximum of 10 people is allowed per workshop to be able to respect the social distancing rules.
(Photo: MNHA / Éric Chenal)