Visitor conditions Open Tower Day
- Staying in a Tower on the Open Tower Day is at the visitor’s own expense and risk.
- During their stay in a Tower, the Visitor will behave in accordance with all safety regulations, public order and other rules applicable to each Tower.
- Visitor is obliged to follow directions and instructions given by employees immediately. This concerns, among other things, instructions on accessibility, fire safety and health (including RIVM measures). The participating Tower will be able to give shape to this with fences, warning signs, red and white ribbons and similar means.
- If a visitor acts in any way contrary to these regulations, standards, directions and instructions, he or she can be denied further access to a Tower without the organization being obliged to pay compensation for any damage.
- Visiting a Tower can via free walk-in or pre-registration by email. If a tower is not freely accessible, the visitor must indicate by email via the website which Tower they want to visit. If a visit is possible, a confirmation will be sent by email. This email as a reply with confirmation is the admission ticket.
- only be done via the following procedure: By email, the visitor indicates which Tower they want to visit. If a visit is possible, a confirmation will be sent by email. This email as a reply with confirmation is the admission ticket.
- Some Towers have limited capacity and fill up quickly. If registration is no longer possible, the Open the Doors Foundation will announce this on the website.
- Visitor is only entitled to enter Torens upon presentation of a valid admission ticket.
- The Open the Doors Foundation is entitled to adjust the regular opening hours or, in the event of a calamity, to fully or partially evacuate a Tower deemed necessary by the Organization or employee.
- The Open the Doors Foundation accepts no responsibility for damage to or loss of goods that have been deposited by the Visitor.
- In the event of calamities, for example fire, the sudden disappearance of an art object, an attack or violence of a different order, the Open the Doors Foundation is entitled to close its doors and then lead visitors outside one by one. In that case, the visitor may be requested to cooperate in the inspection of bags and other objects by employees. Visitor may also be requested to grant permission for a search. Visitor who refuses to cooperate with a visitation and/or search will be requested to submit proof of identity before leaving the Tower.
- The Open the Doors Foundation has photo and film reports made in and around Torens. This material can be used for publicity purposes on the website, in folders, etc. By purchasing an Admission Ticket, the Visitor agrees to the publication of this material. If the Visitor objects to the publication of visual material on which he/she is recognizable, this can be made known to the Open the Doors Foundation. The Open the Doors Foundation will then make every effort to prevent the material from being published.
- Photos, video and/or film recordings made in a Tower may only be used for commercial purposes after express written permission from the Open the Doors Foundation, in which case the applicable rates will be applied.
Liability regarding visitors to Towers
- In the event of damage due to death or physical injury, the total liability of the Open the Doors Foundation will in no event exceed the amount paid out by the Open the Doors Foundation’s insurer to the Open the Doors Foundation in respect of that individual claim; or the compensation paid by a third party to the Open the Doors Foundation in respect of that individual claim.
- Liability of the Open the Doors Foundation for indirect damage, including consequential damage, lost profits or wages, lost savings, etc., is excluded at all times.