ZAGREB, May 3 (Hina) – The Nikola Tesla Technical Museum in Zagreb has recently announced that it will reopen to the public on Monday, 5 May, but only to a limited number of individual visits, with adherence to sanitary and social distancing measures.
The reopening of museums and galleries is in accordance with the government’s decision for starting business and other activities in the conditions of the Covid-19 epidemic.
Until further notice, the museum will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. from Tuesday to Friday, and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday. It will be closed on Sundays, holidays, and Mondays.
Group visits and visiting the mine inside the museum will not be possible until further notice. Lectures in the Planetarium and in Nikola Tesla’s Demonstration Cabinet will not be held either.
Visitors must adhere to sanitary measures, which include disinfecting hands, maintaining the physical distance of two metres, and they are also forbidden from touching museum exhibits or other surfaces when it is not necessary.
The number of people who can be in the permanent exhibition area at the same time has been limited to no more than 45.
The museum noted that its building had not sustained major damage in the earthquake that had struck Zagreb and its environs on 22 March.