The museum and “Café de Barry” are open to the public in compliance with the conditions prescribed by the Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH). We have implemented certain measures to ensure the protection of visitors and staff. This means notable changes, such as wearing the face mask, number of people on site at the same time limited at 50 (there may be a bit of a wait), the provision of disinfectant, markings on the floor to ensure people move in one direction to avoid crowding and a complete reorganisation of the restaurant space. We must also curtail some of our services to ensure compliance with security and hygiene standards:
· Some parts of the exhibition involving touch are no longer accessible
· Audio guides are prohibited
· Taking the dogs out for petting and photographs has been suspended
The visit will certainly be different to what it used to be, nonetheless our staff will make every effort to ensure your visit is a pleasant one. We look forward to receiving you.