If you want to make the most of your visit to the Museum, We recommend that you have in mind the following tips:
PRIOR TO THE VISIT
Check the temporary exhibitions and presentations of the permanent collection that you can see during the planned date of your visit. It may be closed due to change in exhibition halls.
We have audio guides system that allows autonomous enjoy a visit to the Museum, with explanations of both the architecture and exhibitions.
We recommend that visitors coming on group respect the indications to facilitate access to the Museum.
The booked groups will have to direct you to the reception, was located at the entrance of the reception Museo.Esta is also a meeting with the guides.
Si el ye use wardrobe, We recommend that you come 15 minutes before the agreed time.If you have questions, Museum staff consultation on phone information (+34) 981 359 682 ,from Tuesday to Sunday,of 10:00 to 14:00 h, or send an email to email@example.com
DURING THE VISIT
HELP US PROTECT THE HERITAGE
DO NOT TOUCH
Do not touch the works, except for the interactive. They are fragile and can be damaged by the minimum friction. It is not allowed to enter the galleries with sharp objects, or other objects, as bookmarks, etc. Keep a safe distance with respect to works of art.
If you come to the Museum with children, try to always be next to you. Help us explaining the importance not to touch objects. Don't they run through the rooms since they could disturb other visitors. Groups of children must be supervised at all times to meet the normas.Se requires a minimum of one adult for every 10 children.
Entry is allowed with large packages: umbrella, packages, backpacks or bags larger of 35 x 35 cm. These objects can be deposited in the cloakroom.
PHOTOS AND VIDEO
It is allowed to take pictures inside the museum,please notify the responsible of the visit.
The entry is not allowed for animals, except for guide dogs.
It is not allowed smoking or enter food.
These rules have been established to ensure the safety of visitors and the conservation of works of art. They must be met strictly and without exception.
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