Aviation Museum Aviodrome can be visited during National Museum Week on 23, 24 and 25 April for a number of Museum card holders. The Aviation Museum in Lelystad is participating in a pilot for visiting museums with rapid tests.
The pilot is part of a series of trials in the cultural sector that will take place in April. Aviation Museum Aviodrome will open its doors to Museum Cardholders on 23, 24 and 25 April. The aims of the pilot are to test the infrastructure around rapid tests and cultural visits, and to discover how visitors like this. This makes it more visible whether rapid tests can help to get social life back on track.
“It is very nice that we can participate in this trial. We are very pleased that we can welcome visitors again for at least three days at the end of April. With this pilot, we hope to contribute to the research to see whether rapid testing is a way to restart social life in the short term ", says Serena van Kammen, general manager of Aviodrome.
"The museum is fully furnished in accordance with all guidelines. Last year we showed that we are able to receive visitors in a safe and responsible manner. We cannot wait to open the doors again", says Van Kammen .
Negative rapid test result
From next week, people with a Museum Card can reserve a time slot at the museum of their choice on www.museum.nl. If you reserve a time slot at a museum, you will receive a link to make an appointment for a free quick test. At the booked time, visitors can then enter with their Museum card, proof of reservation and the negative rapid test. In addition, the museum protocol applies in all museums, creating the safest possible situation.