Are visitors allowed to take photos of the areas of the museum or the works on display?
No. Visitors are prohibited from taking photos inside the museum.
However, images of the pieces in the collection of the Museum may be obtained through a request to the services of the Museum of Sacred Art. There are post cards of the museum pieces for sale in the shop.
Does the museum have information in Braille or are there maps and signs to help blind persons move through the museum?
No. The museum does not have information in Braille nor are there maps and signs to help blind persons move through the museum.
There is also no publication in Braille describing the collection. However, in the case of some temporary exhibitions or projects of the educational services, we foresee the possibility of providing some information in Braille or in a form suited to visually impaired visitors.
Does the museum have audio guides?
No. However, in the case of some temporary exhibitions, we foresee the possibility of including audio guides.
When is the Museum closed?
The Museum is closed on: Mondays, Sunday afternoons, and holidays. For more information regarding the hours the Museum is open to the public, please consult the information page of this site.
What is the cost of admission to the museum?
Normal Ticket - 3 Euros
Group Tickets (minimum of 10) - 2.50 Euros
Senior citizens and Youth Card holders - 1.50 Euros
Holders of student cards, teachers, and cards from ICOM, APOM, or other associations
of Museums - Free.