Nope! It is a museun!
No dress code.
My motto with museums and galleries, is wear something your parents wouldn't be ashamed of seeing you in!
Actually, I'm not sure this question wasn't put somewhat 'Tongue in cheek'
No. But there are practical issues like some of the rooms feel quite cool with the aircon so a vest is probably not sensible. Bare torsos are also not very polite.
No not at all for going around with the audio tour. I think they do concerts there as well so I expect people dress up a but more for these
No, but you can't help wanting to look your best in these most beautiful surroundings.
It’s pretty casual, but I’d still avoid wearing sandals. Tank tops and shorts are probably ok.
No dress code but you will feel great in this elegant environment by being as chic as possible.
Not really, other than common sense (i.e., yes on shirt and shoes, no on Borat thongs, etc.). Tourist casual seems to be fine with the staff.
well, it is a very nice museum so don't go dressed like a bum
Pfwah, what kind of question is this..? Going to a museum isn'y like clubbing in an underground dump in Berlin. I just can't understand why someone shound have questions about how to dress in a museum, c'mon?!
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