After several weeks of closing, caused by restrictions imposed in connection with the COVID-19 epidemic, we are again opening the Museum in Markowa to visitors!
For the safety and health of all of us, we are introducing a number of regulations that minimize risk while improving the movement of visitors and ensuring adequate comfort for visitors.
The rules are contained in The Temporary Rules of Visiting The Museum of Poles Saving Jews during the COVID-19 epidemic – the most important changes:
- between 2pm and 3pm there is a maintenance break – the Museum cannot be visited during this time;
- visitors should not stay inside the Museum for longer than 45 minutes;
- the number of visitors inside the Museum must not exceed 15 at a time;
- the maximum size of a group visiting the permanent exhibition and the temporary exhibitions at the Museum should not exceed 10 people;
- special admission times have been arranged for groups: 10am, 11am, 12 noon, 1pm, 3pm, 4pm and 5pm;
- the tour route in the Museum has been changed; some parts of the permanent exhibition are not available at the moment of the Museum is limited.
The necessary changes were made at the exhibition to reduce tactile contact with its interactive and multimedia elements.
Difficulties will be compensated by new descriptions and applications, and above all outdoor exhibitions, including the latest “‘Was there any way to help them in this desolation?’ Rescue of Jews in occupied Poland”.
We kindly invite you to contact us: +48 17 224 10 15 | firstname.lastname@example.org
We remind you to make reservations for organized groups.
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