Code of best practices

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Entrance. Entrance to the Museum of Badalona includes access to the Roman Baths-Decumanus area, the House of the Dolphins, the House of the Ivy and Quintus Licinius Garden. Keep it in order to be able to use it in each of these spaces, any second Sunday of the month, for a year. Tickets can be purchased up to 30 minutes before the Museum closes.

Animals. You cannot enter the Museum with animals, unless they are guide dogs.

Photographs and filming. Photographs are allowed as long as they are taken without flash, and filming in domestic format. The authorization to take photographs or film does not include the image of the people. You must have explicit consent to photograph or film anyone, especially the people who leads the guided tours.

For press, images for commercial use and/or other needs, contact one of the Museum’s communications officers directly:

Mobile Phone. We ask that, in order to respect other visitors, you put your mobile phone on silent and keep your voice volume moderate.

Food and drink. You may not eat or drink inside the Museum, including candy and chewing gum.

Objects. Sharp objects, such as umbrellas, cannot be brought into the museum spaces. In the event that an object falls into the site, the Museum Reception must be notified so that it can be retrieved.

Behavior. For security reasons and to avoid disturbing other visitors, you cannot run or shout inside the Museum. It is forbidden to touch the archaeological remains and the pieces on display in the permanent exhibition space, as well as to lean on the display cases and lecterns along the route. It is also strictly forbidden to leave the visit itinerary and access the area of the archaeological site.

Companions of groups. Group chaperones are responsible for the behavior of all members of the group. To guarantee the safety of visitors and avoid misunderstandings, visits by groups that are not accompanied by responsible persons will not be accepted.

Visits with underage. Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult when visiting the Museum.

Group visits. All groups interested in visiting the Museum, both with an internal educator and with an external guide (accredited official guides or teachers), must arrange the visit in advance by calling Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on 93 464 49 11 or by email at
The visit of groups accompanied by guides not accredited by the Generalitat de Catalunya is strictly prohibited.

Article 65 of Law 13/2002, of June 21, on tourism in Catalonia, provides that the activity of a tourist guide is freely provided except inside the monuments declared cultural assets of national interest and the museums registered in the Register of Museums of Catalonia.

To settle in Catalonia and carry out the activity of tourist guide in the mentioned places, you must have the corresponding qualification, granted or recognized by the Government of the Generalitat. All those people who act as guides inside the Museum of Badalona without the corresponding accreditation will be expelled and the management of the organization reserves the right to report them to the General Directorate of Tourism for the relevant sanction.

In the event that the visitor does not comply with these rules of good behaviour, the Museum of Badalona keeps the right to deny access or to invite him to leave the premises.