The Philips Museum will be open again from 1 June. The museum visit is almost as usual. However, we have taken a number of measures to make your visit as safe as possible.
- Wearing a mouth mask in the museum is mandatory from Wednesday 30 September. Except for children up to 13 years old. We do this on the basis of advice from the Brabant Southeast safety region. Visitors also indicated in our survey that they liked this.
- Pre-booking your ticket (s) is (again) mandatory. A maximum of 10 visitors per 15 minutes can enter. This so that we can ensure a smooth passage of visitors and in this way we can cooperate well in any contact investigation of the GGD.
- In order to guarantee the 1.5 meter distance rule, arrows have been placed in the museum to make the one-way traffic clear. There can be a limited number of people per room, we indicate this clearly per room.
- You can scan your ticket yourself at the ticket office, printing is not necessary, showing the ticket on your phone is enough. Let us know at the checkout if you had ordered extra products, such as the iPad game Mission Eureka or the Lampjes Speurtocht.
- Tours can be booked again, at fixed times and for groups with a maximum size. Outdoor tours are also available! Book your tour here.
- If you or someone in your party has Corona-related health complaints, we ask you to postpone the visit. Changing the date on your e-ticket is only possible for this reason, via this telephone number: 06-28744155.
- In the museum you can only pay by debit or credit card.
- In the museum there are various points for disinfecting your hands and contact surfaces are also frequently and carefully cleaned.
- In the museum we work with an air circulation system with 100% fresh air supply. We commissioned a study into our air quality and it shows that we more than meet the standard. We produce sufficient fresh air in relation to the visitor capacity.
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The Philips Museum is accessible for people with a wheelchair. There is also a wheelchair in the museum. If desired, please reserve in advance. Call +31 (0) 40 235 90 30.