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Reopening: Safety information and advice

IT’S HAPPENING!

 

From this Tuesday 19 May, La Boverie can once again open its main doors.

After long weeks of isolation, life is gradually getting back to normal and museums can finally reopen. We are delighted that the same is happening in all areas of culture, which we must support more than ever: Culture brings us together!

Everything has been arranged at La Boverie to welcome you under the recommended health conditions. 

  • The outstanding exhibition ‘Hyperrealism Sculpture. Ceci n’est pas un corps’ has been extended until Sunday 2 August 2020.

Discover the Hyperrealism Scultpure exhibition

 


Preventive measures


 

Here are the main prevention measures that apply within our museum:

  • Days and hours of visit rested unchanged: Tuesday to Friday from 9:30 am to 6:00 pm, Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.
  • Electronic payment only: it is mandatory to book your visit online or call +32 (0)2/549 60 49 (exhibition) / +32 (0)4 238 55 01 (collections) or mail aW5mb0BleHBvLWNvcnBzLmJl (exhibition) / aW5mb0BsYWJvdmVyaWUuY29t (collections). Please respect the time of your reservation. Your e-ticket on a smartphone is preferable.
  • Visitor flow management: respect the instructions recommended by the National Security Council;
  • Direction of traffic thanks to unidirectional signposting.
  • Respect of social distancing and hygiene measures: 1.50 m between each visitor.
  • Wearing a mask is recommended.
  • Hydro-alcoholic gel available at the entrance and exit.
  • Cloakroom and lockers will be closed. We recommend to taking as little as possible. Large bags, trolleys and umbrellas are not allowed. Handbags and small backpacks accepted: travel light!
  • Toilets accessible by one person at a time. These will be disinfected on a regular basis.
  • As is always the case, only persons with reduced mobility will be able to use the lift (only 1 person at a time).
  • Group visits are possible for a maximum of 20 people and by reservation: 

    Exhibition : +32 (0)2 549 60 49 or via aW5mb0BleHBvLWNvcnBzLmJl;
    Collections : +32 (0)4 221 93 02 or via cmVzZXJ2YXRpb24udG91cmlzbWVAbGllZ2UuYmU=

 


Questions about tickets:


 

  • If you do not yet have a ticket, please buy one online or book by e-mail (aW5mb0BleHBvLWNvcnBzLmJl) or telephone (+32 (0)2/549.60.49) stating the desired day and time slot.

     

    What should you do if you already had a ticket for the exhibition before it was closed?

    If you already have a ticket to the exhibition, your ticket remains valid between 19 May and 2 August 2020 inclusive. In order not to exceed the number of visitors allowed simultaneously in the exhibition, please let us know the date and time of your visit by sending an e-mail to the following address: aW5mb0BleHBvLWNvcnBzLmJl . In this message, please mention the name of the person who made the reservation and the number of the initial reservation or send a copy of the ticket as an attachment to your e-mail. A confirmation will be sent to you.

    If you cannot find a slot to suit you in the new period, you can choose to donate the value of the ticket in support of the cultural sector or to get a voucher (without extra charge) for our upcoming exhibit dedicated to Andy Warhol that will open as from October in La Boverie ( www.expo-factory.be ). Therefore, please contact the organisers:aW5mb0BleHBvLWZhY3RvcnkuYmU=

    For combined tickets with the Tutankhamun exhibition, click here

     

 

If you have any questions about ticketing for this exhibition, please contact us directly at aW5mb0BleHBvLWNvcnBzLmJl or 02/549 60 49

We are delighted that we will be seeing you again and will offer you a wonderful new museum experience, despite these circumstances.