types of cookies
The website of The National Maritime Museum makes use of three different types of cookies:
Some cookies are necessary to maintain settings or site preferences during a visit to the website or for a follow-up visit. The website can 'remember' these settings by placing a cookie. Without these cookies, you will be bothered repeatedly with the same questions.
cookies for website usage research (tracking cookies)
These are cookies that pass on information to the website about which pages you view, in which order you view them, and for how long. This allows for the creation of web statistics that help us improve the user experience for visitors to our website.
Third-party cookies are placed in certain parts of the website. These are useful extras, such as a Google map with interactive directions, a Facebook 'like' button, or the ability to tweet something. These cookies inform the website if you are logged in to Google, Facebook, or Twitter.
It is possible to block cookies. Most internet browsers have a setting that ensures that cookies are not accepted or that you are notified when you receive a cookie. The way to block cookies depends on the browser that you use. Please note that certain parts of The National Maritime Museum's website will not function optimally if you choose to block cookies.
deleting cookies afterwards
After visiting our website, you can choose to remove the cookies from your computer. The way to remove cookies differs for every web browser.
terms and conditions for the use of this website
Our site can be consulted anonymously. We only request relevant personal and contact data if you place an order or wish to contact us through an interactive page for contact purposes on the site. Read the terms and conditions for the use of the website here.
Please find our visitor conditions here.
Please find here our e-ticket conditions.