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Q&A regarding visits to the museum

Visitor Information

In order to make sure your visit to the museum is as pleasant as possible, we recommend that all visitors wear a mask on site and purchase an e-ticket in advance. Please note: For the current exhibitions the visit is again possible without booking a fixed time slot.

FAQ

In order to ensure optimal visitor flow in the park and in the museum, a route has been signposted with separate entry and exit points. Distance markers have been put in place. Additional cleaning and hygiene measures have been implemented for all the museum’s infrastructures. Hand sanitiser is available in several key locations in the museum, the restaurant and the park. 

We look forward to welcoming you to the museum. In order to make sure your visit to the museum is as pleasant as possible, we recommend that all visitors wear a mask on site and purchase an e-ticket in advance.

 

The Fondation Beyeler bases its calculation of maximum visitor capacity on the directives issued by the Swiss Confederation and the Canton of Basel-Stadt, in accordance with which a minimum surface area of 4m2 must be provided per visitor. For the protection of all, we recommend that visitors to the museum wear a face mask. Face masks are available free of charge at the museum reception desk or at the museum shop for visitors without their own mask.

We also rely on all visitors taking personal responsibility. In case one of the galleries is too busy, we'd like to appeal to guests to be as considerate as possible and to wait a short time or to visit another part of the museum.

We look forward to welcoming you to the museum. In order to make sure your visit to the museum is as pleasant as possible, we recommend that all visitors wear a mask on site and purchase an e-ticket in advance.

As a rule, mornings are busier than afternoons. The number of visitors tends to decrease from around 3pm onward. We have also drawn up a comprehensive safety plan that takes into account the Swiss Federal Council’s Covid-19 Ordinances. At no time does the number of visitors in the museum exceed authorised capacities.

Mornings tend to be more frequented than afternoons, especially after 3 p.m. We have also developed a comprehensive Saftey concept that takes account of the Covid 19 ordinances of the Federal Council. This means that at no time are there more people in the museum than permitted.

The «Beyeler Restaurant im Park» has resumed its normal service. Unfortunately we are unable to take table bookings.

Bistro Bey remains closed until further notice.

Unfortunately we are unable to take bookings. We thank you for your understanding.

You are very welcome to come by only for a drink, a meal or a stroll in the park. 

From now on our regular guided tour offer applies again. We will provide regular information about the offer on our website, in our newsletter and via our social media channels.

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Your Museum From Home

Digital Program

In order to keep bringing art experiences to whereever you are, we are keeping up our online activities. Apart from our existing programs such as the Artist Talks or our thematic media series on social media, we have developed new and specific formats for you and your family.

#BeyelerCreate

We bring art mediation straight to your living room. Our website «Beyeler Create» showcases workshops and templates related to our Hopper exhibition. Next to our digitised children’s booklet «Hopper Interaktiv» and an online quiz, you will also find various instructions and challenges to exert your own creativity – for the young and the less young, for home schooling, or when boredom bites.