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29 october '21

On November 1st NMH will reopen to visitors

On November 1 at 09:30 the National Museum of History, Boyana Church and Zemen Monastery will reopen to visitors.

The visits will be carried out in compliance with all anti-epidemic measures. Visitors will have access to the exposition after presenting valid documents for vaccination, recovery from illness or a negative result from a PCR (up to 72 hours before entering the site) or rapid antigen test performed (up to 48 hours before entering the site), certified by a valid document according to Order № RD-01-733 dated 27.08.2021 of the Minister of Health.
These conditions do not apply to persons under 18 years of age.
 
When visiting the National Museum of History, Boyana Church and Zemen Monastery during the pandemic situation, the following rules must be observed, where applicable:
• Follow the instructions of the staff 
• Mandatory wearing of a mask for persons over 6 years
• Mandatory compliance with the one direction movement
• Recommended use of disinfectant
• Backpacks, bulky bags and umbrellas must be deposited at the wardrobe (only applies to NMH)
• It is forbidden to touch all types of surfaces, showcases and exhibits in the exhibition
• Comply with the limit of the number of visitors in the halls
• The elevator can be used only by pregnant women, mothers with prams and people with disabilities (only applies to NMH)
• In case of registered symptoms of COVID-19 disease, visitors will not be allowed in the museum