Update 25 January 2022

Measures against coronavirus

You are welcome to visit the TextielMuseum! We have taken measures to ensure that your visit is pleasant and safe. We are following the protocol established by the Museum Association.

Visitor conditions

Before your visit

  • It is no longer necessary to reserve a ticket before your visit.
  • In museums, it is mandatory to show a coronavirus certificate for everyone aged 13 and older. So don’t forget to bring your coronavirus certificate (QR-code) and your proof of identity.
  • Are you from a country where no EU Digital Corona Certificate is used? Then have yourself tested via ‘Testen voor Toegang‘ and convert your test result into a digital coronavirus certificate with the CoronaCheck app.
  • Do you have cold complaints such as sneezing, coughing or cold? Then stay home. Also, stay at home if your roommate has cold complaints and fever.
  • Are you from abroad? Check here whether the area or country from which you are coming to Tilburg has code orange or red. Is the area marked with code red or orange? Then stay home.
  • The museum reserves the right, in case of doubt about the state of health, to request visitors, employees, volunteers, interns and suppliers to end the visit and leave the location or refuse access to the location.

In the museum

  • Keep your coronavirus certificate and proof of identity on hand, this will be checked at the entrance of the museum.
  • Everyone aged 13 and older must wear a face mask in the museum.
  • You must keep a distance of 1.5 metres from each other, both in the museum and in the outdoor area of the museum.
  • One-way traffic applies at the entrance, entrance doors and in narrow passageways and stairwells so that a distance of 1.5 metres from others can be kept at all times. This is indicated by stickers on the floor.
  • A maximum number of visitors applies per room, which is visible at the entrance of the room. An employee is also present to regulate the number of visitors. There is a waiting area outside or in the hall to which the employee can refer.

TextielShop

  • 1,5 metres distance is kept both in front of and in the shop. There is also a maximum number of visitors that are allowed to enter the shop at the same time.
  • In the store, only touch products that you need.
  • Preferably pay by card.

TextielCafé

  • There is a maximum number of visitors allowed in the TextielCafé and access is not possible if all tables are occupied.
  • To make use of our outdoor terrace, you will also need a coronavirus certificate and proof of identity.
  • An employee of the museum guides or points visitors to free places.
  • The order is taken at the table.
  • When preparing food, as always, hygiene rules are complied with. Extra measures are taken when cleaning and distributing crockery, cutlery and tables and when serving food.
  • Preferably pay by card.
  • Our catering staff does a corona self-test twice a week.

Group activities and bookings

  • The museum again offers workshops, masterclasses and activities for children. Guided tours and workshops for groups are also possible again. Participants of these group activities (when 13 years or older) must show a valid coronavirus certificate QR-code and matching ID card or passport.
  • During group activities, all participants aged 13 years and older must keep 1.5 metres distance from others. As a result, we have limited group sizes and are unable to offer guided tours at the moment.
  • It is possible to reserve a meeting room for business groups. Our meeting rooms have a limited capacity to ensure a 1.5 metres distance between attendees. In addition, all attendees must show a valid corona certificate and proof of identity upon entry. Please contact us at boekingen@textielmuseum.nl for more information.

Education groups

Primary school

  • Educational programs must be reserved at least 2 weeks in advance via the request form of our bookings department.
  • In the context of educational activities in the museum, an exception to the coronavirus certificate obligation applies to students and their teachers/supervisors.

Secondary education, mbo, hbo & wo

  • In the context of educational activities in the museum, an exception to the coronavirus certificate obligation applies to students and their teachers/supervisors.
  • As a result of the measures against coronavirus, we are unable to offer guided tours for mbo, hbo and wo, we do offer digital tours as an alternative. We are still able to offer guided tours for secondary education.
  • We offer workshops for a maximum of 16 students at the same time (8 students per atelier). The students are immediately taken to the studios. A teacher arranges the entrance at the desk, the other supervisors go with the students.
  • Educational programs must be reserved at least 2 weeks in advance via the request form of our bookings department.