A safe museum visit
The Drents Museum follows the corona guidelines of the Dutch government and the Museum Protocol for a safe and responsible museum visit.
For a visit to the Drents Museum, it is mandatory for everyone aged 13 and over to show a corona pass at the entrance. A corona pass is proof that you have been vaccinated, tested negative or that you have had corona before. You can download your corona pass online or request a paper version via www.coronacheck.nl
Wearing a face mask in the museum is mandatory, as is keeping 1,5 metres apart.
We are counting on the responsibility of all visitors. This includes following the general Corona and house rules such as:
Do not leave home if you have health problems.
Always follow the hygiene measures.
Always keep 1,5 metres away from other visitors in the museum.
Wear a face mask
Always follow the instructions of museum staff and volunteers.
Observe the general house rules in the museum.
We are open Monday to Sunday from 10 AM to 6 PM, on Friday we are open from 10 AM to 10 PM.
We continue to ensure maximum hygiene (and pay attention to, for example, door handles, banisters and elevator buttons) and also ask our visitors to disinfect their hands on arrival and to wash their hands regularly.
Current measures for families with children
When visiting our museum, it is mandatory to show a corona pass from the age of 13.
In our museum, everyone aged 13 and over is required to wear a face mask and keep a distance of 1,5 metres from people outside their own group.
This page was last updated on: 25 January 2022