New access regulations for the city’s cultural offerings have been in effect since Wednesday, November 24th.
(BZ). Alert level II has been in effect in Baden-Württemberg since Wednesday, November 24th. This means that there are new rules for the city’s cultural institutions. The city of Offenburg is committed to maintaining the cultural offer in a safe and customer-oriented manner, according to a message from the city’s press office.
“Enjoying culture is a very important change for many people these days. Cultural visits are safe. We have made sure of this by constantly adapting our measures for the past two years. Our employees always come up with something to make our visitors happy while remaining as uncomplicated and attractive as possible, “says culture director Carmen Lötsch.
The city’s cultural organizer Kulturbüro will also offer events under the new conditions. For concerts, theater performances, etc., 2 G plus now applies. Visitors must show proof of vaccination or recovery, a daily negative test result and an identification document upon entry. If it is not possible to attend the events, tickets can be returned.
Visitors are still welcome in the museum in the Ritterhaus. The 2 G rule applies here. Visitors therefore need proof of vaccination or recovery. Events such as guided tours will continue to be offered. The city archive can also keep its offerings open to users. It is possible to perceive this with proof of vaccination or genesis as well as with the daily updated PCR test.
The 2 G rule continues to apply in the city library. Picking up and returning media is still possible without proof. In addition, the city library now offers the option of ordering available media for a small fee and picking them up at the counter. A new exhibition is currently being set up in the Städtische Galerie. The gallery is therefore still closed. The “Matthias Garff” exhibition will start on December 12, 2021.
In order to visit all the city’s cultural institutions, it is now necessary that the evidence is presented in digitally readable form, i.e. with a QR code. This can be done using a mobile phone or in paper form.