Ticket sales for ‘Memories of Shōwa’ have ended!
Good news! We are able to open our brand-new exhibition: Memories of Shōwa: Impressions of Working Life by Wada Sanzō this June until early July!
From Friday 11 June until Sunday 4 July 2021
Friday/Saturday/Sunday: 12.00 hrs – 17.00 hrs
Tickets will only be sold online through this page or our Eventbrite page.
Main ticket: € 15.00
(valid for 1 person for one time slot, includes Memories of Shōwa catalogue)
Extra ticket: € 2.50
(for a person from the same household as the main ticket holder)
Catalogue: € 12.50
You will be able to order extra catalogues when you purchase your ticket. By pre-ordering your catalogue, we limit contact and improve the flow of visitors at our entrance.
To create a safe and comfortable experience for you and other visitors, we ask you to read the following information carefully:
o Visit alone, or with one other person from the same household. Our museum is compact, and we have a limited capacity. Please note a household must move as a unit.
o You can pre-order the catalogue through Eventbrite. You will receive your copy upon entrance.
o We kindly ask you to be present 5 minutes before your appointment. Our staff will open the door for you.
o Please wait outside for our staff to let you in, but do not stand in front of our door or steps. Please be aware of passing traffic and visitors leaving the museum.
o Be on time, by disrupting our flow of visitors it is possible you will not be able to enter if you are late.
o Bring your confirmation email, either printed, on mobile or the Eventbrite app. Keep it ready for us to scan the QR-code on your ticket.
o Wear a medical mask throughout your stay and disinfect your hands upon entrance.
o Please stay home if you have symptoms or feel ill. You can cancel your ticket through Eventbrite, who will refund your ticket.
o Please be aware of the time limit of your visit. You will have 45-50 minutes to view the exhibition. Please make sure you leave on time, so that other visitors will have the same time to visit our museum.
o Keep at least 1.5 m distance from staff and other visitors.
o Follow staff instructions. Our museum has narrow hallways and stairs, so it is important to regulate the flow of visitors for everyone’s safety.