Museum Regulations

Museum Regulations

As you tour the museum, please help us to protect our common heritage.

The works of art on display here are unique and valuable objects that it is our duty to conserve for future generations.

For this reason, to ensure that everyone can enjoy their visit to the museum to the full, and to help the gallery attendants in their work, we need your collaboration.

Please abide by the following rules:

The works of art are fragile and can be easily damaged, so please do not touch them.
Intellectual property and reproduction rights limit the free circulation of photographs of works of art: you are not allowed to take photographs or film inside the museum.
To avoid disturbing other visitors, you are not allowed to use your mobile phones in the exhibition rooms.
There are toilets in the museum.
You are asked not to bring food or drinks into the rooms. Likewise, the law does not allow you to smoke inside the museum. For security reasons, you are also not allowed to bring umbrellas, packages or bags measuring more than 40 x 40 cm into the museum.
Children are welcome in the museum: please keep them with you at all times and make sure they behave correctly.
For the comfort and convenience of other visitors, group visits of up to 15 people are allowed, provided they are accompanied by a tour leader.

Thank you very much for your cooperation.