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Museums and art galleries reopened!

Poznań's museums and art galleries have reopened after nearly three months of closure due to Covid-19.

In the foreground concrete cube-shaped building without windows, in the background the building of Poznań's Cathedral and some trees. - grafika artykułu
Porta Posnania, photograph from the press

The exhibitions of the National Museum and its branches are again accessible to visitors, who are requested to comply with health and safety guidelines.

One may again visit the Museum of Wielkopolska Uprising of 1918-1919 in the Guardhouse building in Poznań's Old Market Square (Stary Rynek) and other branches of the Wielkopolska Independence Museum. Before visiting any of these museums, check the opening days and hours as they may vary.

Also, the Archaeological Museum at Górka Palace and Archaeological Reserve Genius Loci at the Cathedral Island have reopened. Until the end of March, the The Archaeological Museum shows the exhibition "Archeology and Art. Scratching Beneath the Surface".

Porta Posnania invites Poznań residents and tourists in new opening hours: Tuesday - Friday 11:00 am - 6:00 pm and 10:00 am - 7:00 pm on weekends. The main exhibition has been adapted to the requirements of touchless visiting. The audio guides, which are indispensable for visiting the exhibition, are regularly disinfected. For details on how to visit Porta Posnania, see its website.

The visitors of all museums and galleries are required to maintain proper distance between one another, wear nose and mouth coverings (face masks, face shields, etc.) and use hand sanitiser from stations near the entrance. There are limits on the number of people who can stay in museums and galleries buildings.

by kt

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