Certain hygiene regulations must be observed to protect participants, visitors, and employees of the Käthe Kollwitz Museum during the Corona pandemic and to enable a (still limited) event operation.
The objectives of the protective measures are the reduction of contacts and the protection of all individuals from infection. This is to be ensured in particular by observing the distance regulations to others as well as increased cleaning and disinfection measures.
When attending our events, contact details will be recorded so that connections can be traced quickly in the event of a possible spread of the virus. As a general rule, anyone with a cold or other symptoms of illness will not be able to attend the event.
Please use our service of booking a time slot ticket. The number of visitors is limited.
In the museum it is compulsory to wear an FFP2 face mask and keep your distance.
General hygiene measures
Keep your distance
Please always keep a minimum distance of 1.5 m from other persons and avoid direct physical contact.
Washing and disinfecting hands
Please wash your hands regularly with soap for at least 20 seconds. Feel free to use the disinfectant dispenser in the restrooms.
Adhere to cough etiquette
Please do not cough or sneeze into your hands, but into the crook of your arm.
Mouth protection mandatory
Face masks are mandatory for all persons in publicly accessible areas of the Käthe Kollwitz Museum. We ask everyone to cooperate.
Hygiene measures for educational programs
Facilitators of the workshops clean the work tables and door handles before and after the end of the workshop. Disinfectant spray and wipes are available for this purpose.
Cleaning of used work materials is done by the participants if possible. Disinfectants are available for this purpose.
Only one person is allowed to use the toilet facilities at a time. All others wait at a distance of 1.5 meters.
Procedure for educational programs
Educational programs take place outside the opening hours from Monday to Friday between 9:00 and 11:00!
Please note the current government regulations for SARS-CoV2. Ask about the current handling at our museum.
See our house rules here.