There is no entrance fee for The Museum of love although a generous donation is warmly appreciated. Once you’re in there, there’s no going back so it’s best not to go in until you’re sure you’re ready. You will, no doubt, see others milling around. You may even exchange knowing glances as you linger in front of the exhibits. You may find it useful to talk to them about what you see but it’s better to leave it until the end or it will spoil your enjoyment of the present. Make sure you sit down on the benches provided and above all, take your time. There’s no need to rush, it’s open twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. You can even get a season ticket; this is what most people do in the end. There is no guide to the museum. It is more important for you to find your own way around. However, be warned; many cases of people claiming to offer guides which are, in fact, useless. If you need a break whilst you’re browsing, do so. There will be plenty of others doing the same and even if there aren’t, enjoy your own company for a while. On warmer days, it is recommended that you bring refreshments with you provided that you consume them away from the exhibits. It can become extremely hot in the museum at times and consequently, we do not recommend it as a suitable place for children under the age of sixteen. Occasionally, the museum showcases exhibits that are of particular relevance and interest to the viewing public. Details of these will be advertised in the national press. We hope that you enjoy your visit and look forward to seeing you again in the not too distant future.