The Infocentre WW2 Nijmegen will be closed at least until 14 January 2022 due to the Coronavirus.
Due to all the measures that the government has currently announced, a number of adapted rules will apply in the Infocentre WW2 for the time being. We would like to briefly explain these to you:
Visitors from 13 years old and over are obliged to wear a face mask.
From 6. November 2021, you need a coronavirus entry pass to visit the Infocentre WW2. A corona entry pass and proof of ID will be required for anyone aged 13 years or older. School visits with pupils up to 17 years old are excluded. They can visit the Infocentre WW2 without a corona entry pass.
There are 4 ways to receive a corona entry pass:
Dutch COVID Certificate (proof of vaccination) provided by the RIVM or GGD
International EU COVID Certificate Proof of recovery:
Proof that you tested positive for COVID-19 at least 11 days ago, but you tested positive no longer than 180 days ago.
Negative test result: A negative result from a test administered less than 24 hours before the event.
If you have a corona entry pass you can visit the museum. The QR code on your corona entry pass will be checked very quickly and we will carry out a health check. More information about the corona entry pass is available on www.coronacheck.nl.
The Infocentre WW2 is a location where there is a continuous flow of people which means that you do not need to make a reservation before you visit the Infocentre WW2 and you can stop by at any time. Currently, no more than 6 people are allowed to visit the Infocentre WW2 Nijmegen at the same time.
When you visit the Infocentre WW2, we advise you to follow the basic RIVM COVID rules to control the spread of coronavirus; Wash your hands, keep a 1,5 meter distance from others, stay at home if you have symptoms.
The Infocentre WW2 reserves the right to request visitors to leave the Infocentre if they do not comply with these measures.
If you have any questions about this information or would like to know something else, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0031 242200102 during office hours. We will approach visitors who do not follow the mentioned house rules.