Norms for visiting the Stava 1985 Information Centre

in accordance with safety norms for museum activities issued for the containment of virus SARS-CoV-2

In accordance with safety norms for museum activities issued for the containment of virus SARS-CoV-2 the access inside the building is allowed only with valid Covid Certificate. Visitors are admitted to the Centre in groups of 15 persons max. every 30 minutes.

Before entering the premises, visitors are required to sanitize their hands and wear a face mask covering mouth and nose.

Before leaving, visitors should disinfect their hands.

Inside the Centre, visitors must follow the prescribed itinerary.

After entering the Centre, visitors have access to the projection room where they can watch the short film “Stava 19th July”, by sitting on properly distanced chairs. During projection, visitors are allowed to remove their face masks.

After watching the film, visitors can move along the educational path, where they can stay no longer than 30 minutes wearing their face masks and respecting the minimum distance of 1 m between each other.

After the group of visitors has left the projection room, the Centre operators will proceed to sanitize the arms of the chairs.

After disinfection, another group of max. 15 visitors can enter the Centre.

The visit to the Stava 1985 Centre is free of charge.
A contribution to support the volunteers’ work is welcome.

Considering that the number of visitors is limited and that the premises must be disinfected after each projection and at the end of the working day,

a contribution of at least 2 Euros per visitor is welcome.

It is possible to book a visit by calling the number +39 0462 814 060 during opening hours or by sending a message to the following e-mail: info@stava1985.it indicating the number of visitors who will take part.