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Rules and Regulations Concerning Visiting the State Museum at Majdanek and its Branches in Bełżec and Sobibór During the SARS-CoV-2 Epidemic.

Rules and Regulations Concerning Visiting the State Museum at Majdanek
and its Branches in Bełżec and Sobibór During the SARS-CoV-2 Epidemic.

The Rules and Regulations Concerning Visiting the State Museum at Majdanek
and its Branches in Bełżec and Sobibór During the SARS-CoV-2 Epidemic are introduced
in accordance with the present legal restrictions, to ensure the safety of the visitors
and the employees of the museum.

Basic Regulations

1. Every person present within the grounds and the structures of the State Museum
at Majdanek or its branches is obliged to cover their mouth and their nose with their own personal protection equipment.

2. Every person present within the grounds, exhibition spaces, and historic objects
of the State Museum at Majdanek and its branches is obliged to keep a minimum
2-metre distance from others (excluding families and caretakers).

Rules Regarding Exhibition Attendance and Visitor Service

1. During the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the grounds, exhibitions, and historic buildings of the State Museum at Majdanek and its branches are available in accordance with strict sanitary regulations that ensure the safety of both the visitors and the employees of the museum.
2. Visits to the State Museum at Majdanek and its branches in Bełżec and Sobibór can take place as individual tours or in groups of a maximum of 10 people.
3. Guide services for individual visitors and organised groups of up to 10 people are made available again.
4. At the State Museum at Majdanek, individual visitors can use guide services as part of a tour organised in rounds at scheduled times. The number of visitors per round may not exceed 10 people. More details on www.majdanek.eu.
5. For reasons of sanitary safety, visitors using guide services are recommended to provide their name, surname and telephone number (or other contact details).
6. Visitors using guide services are asked to cover their mouths and nose using their own personal protective equipment throughout the entire tour.
7. The museum introduces a limit of visitors that can be simultaneously present inside the objects housing exhibitions and the visitor service centres. The detailed information concerning the admission restrictions is available at the entrance to particular structures.
8. Visitors attending the “Prisoners of Majdanek” exhibition in barracks no. 62 in the State Museum at Majdanek as well as the permanent exhibitions in Bełżec and Sobibór (museum buildings) are obliged to disinfect their hands at the points of entry. The disinfectant is available at the entrance of each building. This rule applies to all visitors, those wearing gloves included.
9. When visiting, keep a safe distance of at least 2 metres from other people (excluding families and guardians of the disabled).
10. Before entering the visitor service centres or attending the museum information points, the visitors are obliged to disinfect their hands at the points of entry. The disinfectant is available at the entrance of each building. This rule applies to all visitors, those wearing gloves included.
11. Only one person can be directly present at the information and distribution points. The remaining visitors are obliged to await for their turn to be attended, keeping a minimum 2-metre distance from other visitors (excluding families and guardians of the disabled).
12. All purchases and transactions should be conducted with the use of cashless methods of payment, if possible.

The Rules and Regulations Concerning Visiting the State Museum at Majdanek and its Branches in Bełżec and Sobibór During the SARS-CoV-2 Epidemic are applied temporarily and independently from the standard Rules and Regulations concerning visiting the State Museum at Majdanek and its Branches in Bełżec and Sobibór implemented through the decree no. 3/2018 by the Director of the State Museum at Majdanek on March 21, 2018.

Summer season (April–October)

Grounds and historical structures: 9.00–18.00
Historical exhibition (barracks 62): 9.00–17.00
Visitor Service Centre (publications, guides): 9.00–17.00

Details concerning Museum's openning hours and the list of open objects are available in the calendar for visitors.

The Museum is closed on Mondays (however, grounds and historical structures are available to visitors).

Last admission to the Museum grounds is an hour before the closing time.
Last admission to the permanent exhibitions is half an hour before the closing time.

Winter season (November–March)

Grounds and historical structures: 9.00–16.00
Historical exhibition (barracks 62): 9.00–16.00
Visitor Service Centre (publications, guides): 9.00–16.00

Details concerning Museum's openning hours and the list of open objects are available in the calendar for visitors.

The Museum is closed on Mondays (however, grounds and historical structures are available to visitors).

Last admission to the Museum grounds is an hour before the closing time.
Last admission to the permanent exhibitions is half an hour before the closing time.

Please note!

The Museum historical exhibitions in barracks no. 62 and the Visitor Service Centre are accessible everyday except Mondays and following national and religious holidays: January 1st and 6th, Easter Sunday, Easter Monday, the first day of Pentecost, Corpus Christi, August 15th, November 1st and 11th, 25th and 26th of December. On November 1st all the historical buildings and gates to the exhibition's area are closed, too. Since December 25th to January 1 Museum at Majdanek remains completely closed: neither Museum's buliding nor the area is possible to visit.

While planning your visit at the Museum, please remember that it does not run a cloakroom or left luggage office.



Approximate time needed to visit the Museum:
Guided tour – about 2,5 h
Individual tour – about 1,5 h
Museum lessons and other educational ctivities – 4,5 h or more

Please, plan your visit accordingly.

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