Everything has its pros and cons. In principle, an open-air Museum Hessen Park is hygiene-friendly: On the extensive grounds are also the most generous safety distances with a little good will to comply with. The individual exhibition objects, however, often more than 100 or 200 years building, can only be due to narrow doors and narrow corridors and small rooms to explore enter. Both the rules according to which the Hessen Park in New result-Anspach on Wednesday, 13. May, re-opens, almost of itself: visitors can explore the Museum, most of the houses, however, do not enter.
correspondent of the Rhein-Main-Zeitung for the high Taunus district.F. A. Z.
Wednesday to Sunday from 10 am to 18 PM free light Museum under Corona conditions from next week, will be available to you. Events, guided tours and demonstration of hand work will remain exposed. Although the distance could be rules in the vast majority of the half-timbered buildings do not comply with said Museum Director Jens Scheller. "Where possible, we will open but the doors and provide an insight into our houses." Also the building could be entered through different doors and leave, should be made accessible.
For the safety of visitors and staff need to be worn in the entrance of the building with the cash, in the shops at the marketplace and in the open houses on the Museum grounds masks. In addition, the building will be cleaned more frequently. Visitors are invited to observe the clearance rules and to be considerate to each other. Scheller is pleased, in his own words about the re-opening after the Corona-forced break. That there is only a limited offer, is a shame to get over, given the circumstances, but. "We are taking us one step at a time and make it possible, given the rules and safety regulations possible."Date Of Update: 12 June 2020, 23:20