Prepare for your visit: please read the information below and comply with the precautions indicated in order to protect yourself and other visitors.
If you experience a change in body temperature or other flu symptoms, please stay at home. Your temperature will be measured at the entrance and you will not be permitted to enter if it is higher than 37.5°.
Entrances are controlled in terms of numbers and frequency and separate entrances and exits are provided to avoid gatherings, but online booking is not necessary.
A maximum of 60 visitors are allowed inside at any one time.
Always wear a mask (covering your nose and mouth).
The use of lockers is permitted, but you must place all your personal belongings in a bag, available at the ticket office, before storing them.
Maintain a distance of at least 1 metre from the other visitors and museum staff.
Family units and people who live together may visit in groups of no more than 4 people.
Children under 10 years must be held by the hand by the adults accompanying them.
Sanitise your hands regularly by washing them or using the dispensers containing an alcoholic solution positioned within the museum spaces.
Please do not touch the artworks or the horizontal or vertical displays.
The consumption of food and/or drinks in the common spaces and inside the exhibition areas is not permitted.
The bookshop is open with access limited to two people at a time and there is an obligation to use gloves. Payment may be made using contactless cards and cash.
Guided visits, mediation activities and educational workshops are suspended until 15 June.
The restaurant and bistrot are open.
Please note that surveillance staff are also required to check and guarantee the physical distances are maintained, in addition to ensuring compliance with the rules set out above.