Due to the corona measures, we are unfortunately closed again. We hope to welcome you again soon in one of our locations. When we can open again, the rules below will apply again. We hope to see you soon.
Coronavirus entry pass
In the museum, showing a coronavirus entry pass is mandatory for everyone aged 13 and over. Everyone aged 14 and over must also show a valid form of ID (identity card, passport or driving licence) along with their coronavirus entry pass. If you are visiting the Netherlands and would like to visit the museum, you can use your EU Digital COVID Certificate (DCC) for this purpose. If you don't have a DCC, you will need a negative test result to attend. School visits are excluded from the use of the coronavirus entry pass.
Number of visitors
Up to fifteen people can visit the museum together in a group.
Tickets are being sold online via this link. It is also possible to purchase a ticket at the reception.
It is mandatory to wear a face mask in the Jewish Cultural Quarter. Special Jewish Cultural Quarter masks are on sale in our museum shops!
You are welcome in the Museumcafé after showing the Corona check app.
What steps can you take yourself?
The following rules apply for visitors, as outlined in the Museum Association protocol.
- Don’t leave home if you’re feeling unwell. You’re more than welcome if you’ve been symptom-free for at least 24 hours. These are the symptoms to watch for: nasal cold, runny nose, sore throat, slight cough, temperature, fever (over 38 degrees Celsius) and/or shortness of breath.
- Visitors require a valid reservation ordered online in advance with a ticket showing the time and date booked (i.e. a specific start time); visitors should arrive on time, no earlier than 15 minutes before the appointed time, to avoid queues. Visitors may not be admitted without a prior booking.
- An audio tour is available in the museum. Please bring your own headphones or buy a set in the museum.
- School journeys for children aged 12 or under are subject to the latest recommendations by the Dutch government health department, RIVM, in consultation with the regional safety authority and the primary school concerned.
- Always follow the hygiene regulations.
- Observe the instructions of museum staff and museum volunteers without fail.
- Be kind to each other; 1,5 metres is still a save distance.