What is important when visiting the Krokoseum?
The most important points at a glance:
- Maintaining the minimum distance of 1.50 m
- Wearing of face masks
- Limiting the number of participants
- Thorough hand washing
- Observing the rules for coughing and sneezing
- Do not shake hands or hug
- Bring your own drinks
A maximum of 8 children can participate in the programme.
Unfortunately, the family playtime, the family brunch on Sunday and all other offers of the Krokoseum, where the distance rule cannot be observed, have to be cancelled until further notice. In addition, the library, the play platform and the kitchen are closed to our visitors for the time being!
- Please visit the Krokoseum with your children only if they are healthy! If you feel ill or have flu-like symptoms, protect your surroundings and stay at home.
- The Krokoseum now has marked entrances and exits (barrier-free). These are fitted with disinfectant dispensers to disinfect the hands when entering.
- For the time being, we will offer our services outdoors, so that the premises of the Crocoseum will only be entered for the use of the toilets and changing stations.
The following measures must be observed when entering:
- Disinfecting hands when entering the Krokoseum
- Go to the toilets without detours
- A maximum of one person or one child with carer per toilet room
- Then wash hands thoroughly for 30 seconds
If you or your children participate in the offers of the Krokoseum, we collect the following data from you:
- Name, address, telephone number
- This data will be stored securely for 4 weeks as prescribed and, if necessary, made available to the health authorities in order to trace chains of infection. At the end of the four weeks, the lists are destroyed.
- In the Krokoseum, mouth protection is compulsory for children over 6 years of age. Please give your children their own facemasks.
- The minimum distance of 1.50 m must always be maintained during our offers.
- Children and visitors are required to wash their hands regularly.
Unfortunately, the new hygiene regulations mean that we can only offer food and drinks to a limited extent. Please therefore give your children their own drinking bottles.
We thank you in advance for your understanding and support in complying with the hygiene regulations. Please discuss the new behaviour and rules in detail with your children!