Annex of September 7, 2020
Due to the current epidemiological situation, the following recommendations are added to the rules of visiting the National Museum in Wrocław:
- The Museum is open: Tuesday–Friday from 10:30 to 16:00, Saturday–Sunday from 10:30 to 17:00. Closed at Mondays.
- Visitors can view the following: a temporary exhibition located on the ground floor “Marek Oberländer and Jan Lebenstein. The Totemic Sign of the Human Figure”, “The Środa Treasure. The Time of Plague”, on the 2nd floor “Madonna under the Fir Tree” by Lucas Cranach the Elder, and three permanent exhibitions: “Silesian Art of the 14th–16th c.” – on the 1st floor, and “European Art of the 15th–20th c.” and “Polish Art of the 17th–19th c.” on the 2nd floor.
- Group tours – maximum 10 people. Only with a guide from the Museum.
- The number of Museum visitors is limited in accordance with the recommendations of the health inspectorate, and visitors should follow the suggestions of the Museum staff in this respect.
- Entry to the Museum is possible only when wearing a face mask covering the nose and mouth, or protective face helmet.
- All visitors will have their temperature measured on entering the Museum.
Temperature exceeding 37.5°C will result in no admittance to the Museum.
- On entering the Museum, visitors should disinfect their hands.
- It is recommended that Museum tickets are paid for by card and not cash; it is best to purchase tickets online at: bilety.mnwr.pl.
- Visitors should move along the marked routes.
- It is recommended that a distance of at least 1,5 metres between persons is observed (not applicable to families with small children and carers accompanying persons with disabilities).
- There is no access to the traditional cloakroom with attendants; visitors can use the deposit lockers and the self-service cloakroom.
- The use of the lift is not permitted (except for disabled persons – the need to use the lift has to be reported to the staff in the Museum reception).