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Museums of the City of Strasbourg’s reopening
The Museums of the City of Strasbourg reopened their doors on June 13. You can find below all the information and sanitary measures implemented to welcome you.
Reopening of the Museums
Closed since March 14, the Museums of the City of Strasbourg reopened their doors to the public on June 13, in the best conditions to welcome back staff and visitors.
For work reasons, the Tomi Ungerer Museum-International Centre for Illustration will open its doors later, on July 3.
The Zoological Museum, closed for renovation works, will only be accessible in 2023.
The Museums’ Auditorium is also closed temporarily to the public.
The Museums’ Library is accessible only by appointment.
All the activities (guided visits, narrated visits, workshops) usually proposed in the museums are suspended.
The Museums’ website and social networks will be updated regularly to inform visitors about the activities and the new schedule.
Exhibitions presented in the Museums
The exhibitions presented before the museums’ closure are extended and visitors can discover:
“Tomi Ungerer Inside Out. A Tribute to Tomi Ungerer in the Museums of Strasbourg” until August 2, 2020
“Delhi Motion” until September 13, 2020 at the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art
“Before Museums Existed… what were paintings for?” until August 2, 2021 at the Museum of Fine Arts
“Archeological Museum: Instructions for Use the Bustling Life of the Collections” until June 28, 2021 at the Archeological Museum
“Friedrich Dürrenmatt. Satirical Drawings” from July 3 to October 31, 2020 at the Museum Tomi Ungerer
To guarantee a comfortable and safe visit for everybody, the Museums of the City of Strasbourg implemented specific welcoming measures for each site and a health protocol with, notably, measures to limit the number of visitors, physical distancing, directional signage and distinct accesses for entry and exit of visitors.
- Respect the physical distancing of 1 metre minimum
- Visitors must be equipped with a mask - wearing it is mandatory
- Disinfect their hands as they enter the Museum
- Sneeze or cough into their sleeves
- Cancel their visit in case of fever or other symptoms of Covid-19
- Not touch anything
- Respect instructions given by the staff
- Opening hours: the museums are open every day (except their weekly closing days) from 10AM to 1PM and 2PM to 6PM (last entry at 5:30PM). From July 12, 2020, museums will reopen at their usual hours, from 10AM to 6PM.
- Some areas or services are still closed in some museums: locker rooms, toilets, etc. We invite you to look at the welcoming conditions of each museum.
- The sale of entrance tickets take place at the museums’ cash desks, payment by credit card is greatly recommended. Tickets are valid all day.
- At the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art and at the Alsatian Museum, due to restrictions about the visit of certain rooms (exhibitions’ installation, sanitary measures), the reduced price is applied to all paying visitors. Visitors who already benefit from the reduced price will benefit from a free entry.