The Sorbian Museum reopened its doors to the public on 5th May 2020. Additional measures are now required with regard to compliance with distancing rules and hygiene regulations. We ask all visitors to follow these corresponding guidelines. Your Museum Team
Measures for Visitors to the Sorbian Museum
- According to the legal regulations, wearing a face mask in the Museum is obligatory for adults and children aged 6 and up. Visitors who do not comply with this rule will be denied admission to the Museum.
- Please observe the distance markings and information displayed in the foyer and the exhibition areas.
- Please comply with the general hygiene regulations and measures in accordance with the recommendation of the Robert Koch Institute.
- The Museum staff will use visitor management measures to regulate the size of groups and numbers of visitors in the Museum at any one time in accordance with the legal requirements.
- Contactless payment methods are preferred.
- Visits that have been booked in advance help to reduce waiting times and crowds of people.
- Our Museum Café will remain closed until further notice.
- For hygiene reasons, interactive media stations will remain out of service.
- In the educational area, tables and chairs have been spaced out at an appropriate distance for extended stays at the Museum.
- Guided tours for families living in the same household are available on request.
- In all other cases, the Visitor Regulations of the Sorbian Museum apply.
- Please also refer to the Museum website for information on the current situation.
Special Exhibitions in 2020
The special exhibition “Jutry w Serbach / Sorbian Easter” has been extended until 23rd August 2020. According to current plans, the art exhibition “Colours in the Distance. The Painter Ante Trstenjak and the Sorbs of Lusatia” is expected to open on 20th September 2020.