Current regulations in all museums require appropriate behaviour. Visitors must maintain order and avoid producing danger or discomfort, hinder the normal development of activities or deteriorate the museum facilities. You mustn’t touch the artworks, throw things on the floor, eat or drink, smoke, raise your voice, run, or disturb other visitors. Visitor won’t access the museum with pets, except guide dogs.
Children must be accompanied by an adult who is responsible for their behaviour.
Visitors will not be able to access the Museum with bags, packages, suitcases or backpacks larger than 30 x 30 cm, with firearms, knives, umbrellas or other sharp items, neither with sprays or liquid products. In case of detection of a prohibited object, you will be conveniently warned.
People with hats, with their face covered or made up to prevent their identification, or people dressed in costumes and / or blankets will not be allowed to enter the Museum. Neither can access barefoot, naked or bare-chested.
Neither can access with mobility devices (skateboards, electric skateboards, skates, segway, etc.) except for people who manifest a sensory or physical disability and need them for their own mobility.
It is allowed to take pictures without flash in the rooms of the museum. Photographs may be forbidden in some temporary exhibitions, if indicated. It is not allowed to use a tripod.
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Ticket sales end 30 minutes before the Museum closes. Visitor’s exit from the permanent exhibition halls and the temporary exhibition halls begins fifteen minutes before the Museum closes and, since this moment, entry into the halls is no longer allowed. All visitors must have left the building at closing time.
The Museum Management may, exceptionally, modify these schedules for special events.
Visitors must accept the indications of the personnel of attention to the public, of the personnel of security, as well as of the rest of personnel of the museum duly accredited.