RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF VISITORS
RIGHTS OF VISITORS:
To take advantage of the opportunities for fun and learning, enjoy the permanent and temporary expositions of the museum.
Use the educating and learning opportunities provided in the interactive, children's educational corner, geological cabinet, geology and mineralogy schools, holiday games.
Visitors can take advantage of the opportunity to provide general and specialized talks, consultations with museum specialists, diagnostics of precious stones.
Visitors can choose from a rich cultural program published on the Museum's website and its Facebook page.
Visitors can be informed about events and days with free admission, which is published on the Museum's website and its Facebook page.
Visitors can take advantage of the opportunities for providing halls and organizing events in the museum. Information about the conditions is published on the Museum's website. Inquiries are made by electronic mail.
The museum has a facility providing free access to people with specific needs - a ramp and an elevator.
Have fun and enjoyable time in the museum, if they wish to use the possibilities for a wardrobe, a store for minerals, a book and souvenir shop, and resting places.
Visitors can submit information in case of incorrect treatment or irregularities at tel .: 02/865 66 39 or internal telephone: 221.
OBLIGATONS OF THE VISITORS:
Visitors should comply with generally accepted rules of conduct.
Adhere to the prohibitive and warning signs placed on the territory of the museum.
Do not go into conflict with the museum staff.
To preserve museum exhibits, even those who are allowed to touch.
Do not go into the museums.
Observe the museum's internal order and working hours.
When visiting or participating in events of groups of children / students on the territory of the museum, the leaders of the groups are responsible for the life, health, safety and cultural behavior of the students from the beginning to the end of the event.
When asked and organized an event on the territory of the museum to observe the established procedures for internal organization and order.