Prebooked ticket required for temporary exhibitions. This is one of the measures we have taken to prevent the risk of spreading corona virus. Please read through these measures before your visit

Colorful sculptures on lawn and lush trees.

Niki de Saint Phalle, Jean Tinguely, The Paradise | Le Paradis fantastique, 1966. Photo: Åsa Lundén / Moderna Museet © Niki de Saint Phalle and Jean Tinguely / Bildupphovsrätt 2019

12.3 2021

Read this before your visit

Experience art on site! Moderna Museet is adapted to the new normal so that you can feel safe during your visit. Due to the covid-19 situation, we are taking measures to prevent the risk of contagion, and ask for your help.

What can you do as a visitor?

Stay at home when you feel unwell

You are welcome to visit us if you feel healthy. If you feel unwell, stay at home until you get well.

Keep the distance

We also ask all our visitors to be considerate by keeping 1,5 meters distance from one another.

Wash your hands frequently

Wash your hands often, and use hand sanitiser if you can.

Prebook your ticket

You need to prebook tickets to temporary exhibitions. This includes children and others with free admission. This is a precaution to make sure that not too many people stay in the exhibitions at the same time.

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 ensure that each visitor has around 10 square metres of space, and we are not admitting too many visitors at a time.

No guided tours

All activities in the museum are cancelled. This also applies to guided tours and family events in the Workshop. You will find digital programs for children on Moderna Museet’s YouTube channel and live guided tours on Moderna Museet’s Facebook page.

No unsupervised group visits

We are currently not taking bookings for groups or groups that want to visit us on their own. This includes school classes. Read more about regulations for schools here: Schools

Lunch served on plates instead of buffet

In the Restaurant the lunch is served on plates instead of in the buffet. Reduced number of seats in The coffee bar.

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, restaurant and café. Visitors are reminded to keep 1.5 metres apart.

To minimise queues, we do not accept cash. Also, tickets for temporary exhibitions must be booked in advance. The Shop and the Restaurant accept payment by credit or debit card only, for fast and efficient handling.

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.

Published 12 March 2021 · Updated 17 June 2021

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