Protective measures - Teseum

Protective measures

  • We grant access to individual visitors (1 family/visit).
  • We make sure there are not too many visitors in the museum at the same time by means of a reservation system with time slots. Reservations can be made by telephone, at the reception or online.
  • You are obliged to wear a face mask during your visit to the museum.
  • Only electronic payment is possible.
  • Where visitors can meet, there are signs instructing them to observe social distancing of 1.5 m.
  • We disinfect the multimedia guides and headphones after every visit. The use of personal headphones or earphones is allowed.
  • You can disinfect your hands with disinfectant gel at various points in the museum.
  • We regularly disinfect handles, stair railings, toilets, lift buttons and benches.
  • The lockers are available. Do not bring large bags to the museum.
  • You must follow the designated route in the Teseum and you may not retrace your steps.
  • Our staff are available to help if you have any questions.

Make a reservation

  • You can visit the Teseum from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm.
  • To limit crowds in the museum, we have time slots. A visit takes an average of 60 minutes for each section of the museum (treasure room or archaeological site).
  • We admit a maximum of 1 family every 10 minutes.
  • You can reserve a place by phone during opening hours on +32 12 80 02 28, via the online form or you can come to the reception to inquire when admission is available.
  • Report to the desk a few minutes before the agreed time.
  • You only have to pay the entrance fee electronically upon arrival at the museum.

General guidelines

Stay home if you feel ill.Wash your hands regularly with soap and water.Keep sufficient distance: at least 1.5 meters.
Avoid close contact.Use a new paper handkerchief each time.If you do not have a handkerchief handy, cough or sneeze into the inside of your elbow.

The Teseum is a safe place to escape from the current situation. You can enjoy the peace and beauty of Tongeren.