Guidelines for visiting Ribe Art Museum
Ribe Art Museum will reopen on May 26th. We greatly look forward to welcoming our visitors again.
To limit the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), we have introduced new safety measures to ensure you can visit Ribe Art Museum with confidence.
As a guest of Ribe Art Museum, your safety is of the utmost importance to us. Of course, we follow the Danish health authorities’ recommendations and guidelines and have introduced a number of measures to make a visit to Ribe Art Museum perfectly safe.
We continually make sure that we never have too many people gathered in one place:
We count all our guests and ensure that there are never too many people at the museum at any one time. We have also set up barriers and social distance markers at assembly points where queues may form.
In each exhibition room, you will find information on the maximum number of people allowed inside at a time. Keep an eye on the number of people in the individual rooms and do not proceed until there is sufficient space. Our museum guards patrol the exhibition rooms to ensure that everyone helps by complying with these guidelines.
We make hand sanitiser available to our visitors, and our lavatory facilities offer ample opportunities for washing your hands regularly and thoroughly.
We carry out extra cleaning at Ribe Art Museum at present. All surfaces that are subject to particularly frequent contact are cleaned several times during the day.
Our cloakroom facilities have been minimised for the time being. We ask our guests to refrain from using the cloakroom if possible; please keep your coats and jackets on or carry them on your arm.
We strive to minimise all close contact between everyone at the museum. If you have any questions or would like information and guidance during your visit at Ribe Art Museum, you are of course very welcome to contact a member of staff – but we kindly ask you to remember to keep your distance.
A message to all visitors
As a guest at Ribe Art Museum, we ask you to adhere to the Danish health authorities’ recommendations and guidelines:
- Stay at home if you have symptoms of COVID-19. This includes mild symptoms.
- Wash your hands frequently – or use hand sanitiser
- Cover your cough with a tissue or your sleeve. Wash your hands afterwards – or use hand sanitiser
- Maintain a distance of at least 1 meter to other visitors and to museum staff
- Maintain a distance of at least 2 metres in situations where there may be an increased risk of airborne transmission (droplets) or if you are near people who require particular precautions (e.g. the elderly)
- Avoid contact greetings: handshakes, hugging and kissing
- Ask others to show consideration as required