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Beschrijving: LAM museum closed until January 20, 2021
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LAM museum temporarily closed due to government corona measures

Out of care for visitors and for each other, and due to national policy relating to the coronavirus (covid-19) the LAM museum will close its doors to the public until and including 19 January 2021.

Already bought a ticket to visit the museum?

If you already reserved a ticket, we will contact you to let you know in person that the museum is temporarily closed. We will make sure you get your refund.

Any questions or concerns?

Please, feel free to contact us by mail, facebook or instagram. We are happy to help you out.

Let’s meet online

Online activities will continue further. We hope to meet you on our socials.

Thank you

Thank you so much for your understanding. Stay safe!

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