Corona rules in the Louwman Museum
From 25 September, measures to combat the spread of coronavirus in the Netherlands are changing. This means that visitors to our museum will no longer have to keep a distance of 1.5 metres from each other. A new coronavirus entry pass system has been introduced, but this does not apply to museums. If you want to visit our restaurant you need a coronavirus entry pass.
You can get a coronavirus entry pass if you are fully vaccinated, have valid proof of recovery or a negative result from a coronavirus test taken less than 24 hours before entry. For people without proof of vaccination or recovery, getting tested will remain free of charge.
Plan your visit
- It is not mandatory to wear a facemask during your visit to the Louwman Museum.
- Tickets can be ordered on-line for a specific time slot. That way we will be able to limit contact at the reception desk and spread the number of visitors over the day.
- If you have a cold or flu symptoms please stay at home.
While you are here
- Only use the cloakroom and/or locker if necessary. If possible, leave your coat in the car or wear it when in the museum.
- It is only possible to make contactless payments, payment by cash is not possible anywhere.
- The restaurant in the museum is open for visitors with a coronavirus entry pass. Refreshments brought along may not be consumed in the restaurant.