The museum is temporarily closed due to the situation with the corona virus. We will be open again, starting from June 16, 2020. We are taking measures to prevent the risk of contagion. We will ensure that there is no crowding, and we are asking everyone to maintain a distance of at least 1.5 metres. We are also supervising admissions, so the Museum does not have too many visitors at a time.
Ticket for admission
A pre-booked ticket is required for admission to the museum, also for children and other groups who have free admission. Without a ticket, it is not possible to visit us. More information in connection with the opening date.
From 16 June you will have the chance to see the exhibition Hilma af Klint – Artist, Researcher, Medium. A pre-booked ticket is required for admission to the museum, also for children and other groups who have free admission. Without a ticket, it is not possible to visit us. More information in connection with the opening date.
Guided tours and events
All guided tours and events inside the museum are cancelled for the time being. Our creative activities for children will be held outdoors this summer.
We offer you short filmed guided tours in our series “2 minutes on Hilma af Klint”. Please join in at our YouTubechannel.
Our café Bröd och vänner
We will halve the number of seats indoors and thus increase distance between guests. We are offering table service and we also open our nice outdoor café. We do this to make you feel safe taking a coffee or lunch in connection with your visit. The café also has take away offerings.
What are we doing at the museum to prevent contagion?
Not too many visitors at a time
Based on the Public Health Agency’s recommendations we are not admitting too many visitors at a time. One way of controlling this, is that we launch pre-booked tickets. Thus, a pre-booked ticket is required for admission to the museum, also for children and other groups who have free admission. Without a ticket, it is not possible to visit us. More information in connection with the opening date.
Making it easier to stay apart
There are floor markings to make it easier to keep your distance in the queue to the information desk, and in the shop and café. Visitors are reminded to keep 1.5 metres apart.
We do not accept cash at Moderna Museet. Card payment is accepted for purchases in the shop and café.
More frequent cleaning
We have increased cleaning frequency to ensure a clean environment on your visit. We will clean all areas that are especially exposed to contact with hands (door handles, taps, soap dispensers, pay stations) more often. Hand sanitiser is available.
What can you do as a visitor?
- You are welcome to visit us if you feel healthy. If you feel unwell, stay at home until you get well.
- We also ask all our visitors to be considerate by keeping 1,5 meters distance from one another.
- Wash your hands often, and use hand sanitiser if you can.
Moderna Museet Malmö from home
If you feel unwell or are unable to visit the Museum for other reasons, there are other ways to enjoy the art. Here are some tips that you can try at home:
Moderna Museet Stockholm reopens on 16 June
Moderna Museet in Stockholm will also reopen on 16 June. Then you will have a new chance to see the exhibition Walid Raad: Let’s be honest, the weather helped. The exhibition, which opened on 15 February, is extended until 16 August.
The first posthumous exhibition of John Baldessari, which was due to open on 21 March, will instead open on 16 June. This exhibition is also extended, until 25 October.
If you have any questions regarding the Museum’s preparedness, please contact email@example.com
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Published 14 May 2020 · Updated 26 May 2020