A safe Louisiana visit
Louisiana follows the Danish authorities’ Covid-19 guidelines. This page informs you about the current guidelines that apply when you visit the museum.
By following these guidelines when you visit Louisiana, you can help us look out for one another and ensure a safe museum visit.
- If possible, visit us in the afternoon/evening, when we do not experience as many visitors as in the morning/forenoon. On arrival in the forenoon, a waiting period can be expected – even with a time slot – since we have to ensure plenty of room for everyone indoors in the foyer.
- Book a time slot before your visit. Book here.
- Remember to keep your distance, sneeze into your elbow and wipe your hands with hand sanitiser at the sanitiser dispensers set up all over the museum.
- The authorities require everyone moving around in the museum café area to wear face coverings or visor. Once you have sat down at a table you are free to take the face covering off. A few people are exempted from using a face mask. Read more here.
For all our events in the Concert Hall – e.g. Louisiana Live and concerts – we have halved the number of seats, and introduced a ticket system so we can ensure that our guests sit at safe distances. The seats are numbered and we cannot as before offer off-chance queuing to our events.
Since access to the Concert Hall goes through the café area, face masks must be worn on the way in and out of the hall.
The Children's Wing
We have introduced individual kits so that the children at each workshop are given individual materials and tools. All utensils, boxes, tables, etc. are wiped off with disinfected wipes after every use and the number of people in the workshops is checked.
Distance marking & one-way routes
We have introduced distance marking in the entrance, café, and popular exhibitions and rooms in the museum where many guests will normally assemble at the same time. In particularly popular areas and exhibitions, single-file paths have also been introduced.
In the museum, there is plenty of room, but there may be limitations to the special exhibitions. In such cases, the museum custodians will recommend that you choose one of the other exhibitions first.
In both the entrance and the shop we have erected shield boards at the cash points, set up two marked queue systems at the entrance, and established a new exit. This ensures a sensible flow for the guests who have to enter and leave the museum.
We have increased the cleaning of contact surfaces everywhere in the museum and installed automatic opening of selected doors.
New café concept
The authorities require everyone moving around in the museum café area to wear a face mask or visor. Once you have sat down at a table you are free to take the face mask off. A few people are exempted from using a face mask.
When we reopened the museum in June it was with a brand new concept for the Louisiana Cafe. The well-known cafe area functions inside like a restaurant with seating. The guest is shown to a table by staff, and if all tables are taken seating in the winter garden will function as a waiting area. You order, eat and pay at the tables, and the waiters make sure you have all you need and clean up afterward.