Corona Protocol

Design Museum Den Bosch has a spacious building in which it is possible to keep a safe distance. Currently there are no corona measures in place.

Of course, the following still applies: do not come to the museum if you suffer from health problems associated with corona such as coughing, sneezing or a fever. Tickets already reserved can be rebooked to a later moment without any problems.

Ticket sales

  • There are a limited number of tickets available for each half-hour slot. The best way to ensure entry is to book a ticket online in advance. Tickets are also sold at the door, but we might have to disappoint you if we have reached maximum capacity. We will keep well below the permitted number of visitors per square metre. In this way, we can be sure that there will never be too many people present in the building.

In the museum and the museum shop

  • Visitors use different doors to enter and exit. These are clearly indicated.
  • If possible, leave your coats in the car so that as few people as possible have to use the lockers. For the time being, it is permitted to bring small bags and light coats/jackets into the exhibitions.
  • Online ticket sales mean that your ticket only needs to be scanned. Visitors have their ticket scanned through the Perspex screen at reception, so there is no contact with our staff.
  • All surfaces such as handrails, door handles and counters are regularly disinfected. Perspex screens have been installed at reception. Disinfectant gel is available for visitors and staff.
  • A fixed route has been laid out through the museum, so that visitors do not cross each other’s paths. The route is indicated by signs and by arrows on the floor. The number of people who can be in any space at one time is displayed. Museum attendants supervise the route and visitor numbers per space.
  • The museum has three rest rooms: one on the ground floor and two on the first floor. Only one person is permitted to enter each of these at a time. The doors of each rest room will be kept open so you can see clearly from outside whether the toilet is in use. If so, you are requested to wait: marks on the ground tell you where to wait and how to keep a one and a half metre distance. The rest rooms are cleaned at regular intervals throughout the day. While that is happening you can’t use them. Visitors themselves will also be able to clean contact surfaces.