Unfortunately, the ORF Long Night of the Museums had to be cancelled this year, but fans can breathe easy: despite Corona, many arts and cultural delights can still be enjoyed during the ORF Museum Time from 3 – 10 October. This is also so at the PANEUM, which offers a few special tours.
The ORF Museum Time reminds us that arts and cultural institutions should not be neglected, even during times of Corona (Covid-19). Instead of the annual Long Night of the Museums, this year, from 3 – 10 October, visitors can look forward to a whole week of activities at a number of museums. The PANEUM is also looking forward to welcoming streams of people. The Wunderkammer of Bread opens its doors during this special week, and offers exciting tours and goodies. In addition, visitors can use the “Magic Mirror” to create a personal memory to take home with them, and look forward to a little surprise!
The PANEUM offers the following specials:
On 3 and 10 October at 16:00 and 17:00, there are guided tours for groups of 10 children, and at 18:00 and 19:00 Mr. Kornspitz himself, Peter Augendopler, will lead a special tour for 10 people.
On Wednesday, 7 October, there is a Cultural Combination Ticket PANEUM & organ concert in St. Florian Monastery for 30 people: A cultural tour takes place in the PANEUM at 13:00, 13:45 and 14:30, followed by an organ concert in the St. Florian Basilica from 16:00 to 16:25.
Registration is required for all tours: 07224 8821 400 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Secure your places now! Individual visitors who would like to explore the collection on their own with an audio guide can come during opening hours without prior notification.
Opening hours during Museum Time: Saturday, 3 October, 10:00 to 20:00 (last admission for individual visitors is 18:00) Monday, 5 October, to Friday, 9 October, 10:00 to 16:00 Saturday, 10 October, 10:00 to 18:00 (last admission for individual visitors is 18:00)
Corona measures: Tours take place under strict safety precautions: wearing mouth and nose protection, disinfection solutions and maintaining the mandatory distance. Distancing in the Wunderkammer of Bread is easily explained with six Kornspitz lengths, which corresponds to at least one metre.
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