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WELCOME TO KUNSTHAL GENT

The following measures will ensure a pleasant and safe visit for everyone.

Before your visit
  • Reservations are best made in advance. Make a reservation here. Limit to your social bubble.
  • Time slots always start on the hour, between 11:00 and 18:00 (the last time slot is at 17:00).
  • Even if you did not book in advance, you are welcome. We will check at the desk whether there is sufficient capacity.
During your visit
  • Wearing a mouth mask is mandatory from the age of 12. Mouth masks are for sale at the front desk

  • Upon arrival, the person in whose name the reservation was made checks in at the desk while the rest of the bubble waits outside.

  • Use the alcohol gel provided

  • Keep a distance of 1.5 m from other visitors and museum staff

  • After your visit, take the room texts with you or leave them in the bin (room texts will not be reused)

  • Toilets for visitors are regularly cleaned

  • We kindly ask to limit your visit to 1 hour

Protect yourself and others
  • Wash your hands regularly and thoroughly with soap

  • Cough or sneeze in a paper handkerchief or in the inside of your elbow

  • Use paper handkerchiefs and dispose of in a lockable dustbin

  • Stay home if you're sick

  • Touch your face as little as possible with your hands

  • Avoid close contact with people who are ill