Museum visitors

We ask museum visitors for their place of residence when they enter so that we can better coordinate exhibitions and communication with visitors and inform our subsidisers. Due to the absence of the house number, the visitor remains anonymous.

During your visit to the Cruquius Museum or the Historical Museum in Haarlemmermeer, our security cameras may record your presence. We do this for the safety of visitors, staff and our collection. No other personal data will be linked to the camera images. These camera images are stored for two weeks and then automatically deleted. The camera images are not shared with third parties, only in case the police request them in the framework of investigation activities.

Website visitors

When you visit our website, we keep track of the order in which and how long someone views the pages of the website. This is done automatically by means of so-called 'cookies'. This data is collected by Google Analytics. It is a common way for many website operators to have such data analysed by Google. We use the results to improve our websites. This collected data is not sold or made available to others.

Links from and to our websites

Our websites may contain links (URLs) to websites of other companies. However, this privacy statement only applies to our websites. You should therefore also read the privacy statements of other websites, if necessary. We are not responsible for the privacy practices of other websites, even if you access them through our websites.
In addition, if you are directed to one of our websites from another website, we are also not responsible for the privacy practices of that other website.
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