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ŠKODA Museum and Ferdinand Porsche Birth House reopen

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› ŠKODA Museum reopens its doors to the public today
› Extensive hygiene measures and limited visitor numbers ensure maximum health protection
› ŠKODA Museum’s permanent exhibition expanded to include the topic of electromobility
#ferdinandporsche Birth House to reopen with new exhibits on 7 May 2021

Mladá Boleslav, 3 May 2021 – The ŠKODA Museum in #mladaboleslav is reopening its doors to the public today. Individuals, small groups and families will be able to visit initially. Visitors are requested to follow the applicable hygiene measures, including wearing face coverings. The ŠKODA Museum’s permanent exhibition now also explores a new area of interest – electromobility. In addition, the #ferdinandporsche Birth House in Vratislavice nad Nisou will be open again from 7 May 2021. Alongside the Porsche 356/1, the oldest model of the sports car manufacturer, the autonomous eVOITURETTE concept – a reinterpretation of L&K’s first car – will also be on display here.

Andrea Frydlová, Head of the ŠKODA Museum emphasises: “We are delighted to welcome visitors back to the ŠKODA Museum in #mladaboleslav from 3 May 2021, just before the birth house of #ferdinandporsche in Vratislavice nad Nisou also reopens its doors to the public from 7 May 2021. We have implemented numerous hygiene measures to ensure the best possible health protection for our guests. Visits are initially open exclusively to individual visitors, small groups and families. In addition, the number of #people in the exhibition rooms remains limited. A distance of two metres from other guests must be maintained at all times, and a mask that covers the mouth and nose must be worn.” 

Guests wishing to view the ŠKODA Museum’s prototype and sports car collection are asked to report to the museum reception. The museum shop will open on 10 May 2021, while plant tours around #mladaboleslav, Kvasiny and Vrchlabí are not possible at this time. Each of the health protection measures complies with the current regulations of the Czech government in light of the current development of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Further information in the press release to download