Coronavirus entry passes at zoos, amusement parks and saunas

If you are going to a zoo or amusement park, find out when you need a coronavirus entry pass and when you do not.

Everyone aged 13 and over must show a coronavirus entry pass where this is required for admission. Everyone aged 14 and over must also show a valid form of ID (identity card, passport or driving licence) along with their coronavirus entry pass.

Eating at a zoo, amusement park or sauna

  • Indoors and outdoor seating: coronavirus entry pass required for admission.
  • Takeaway: no coronavirus entry pass required.

If you don’t yet have a coronavirus entry pass, see: Visiting the Netherlands and attending an event.

Check with the venue

If you are going on a day out, ask the venue if and where you need to show your coronavirus entry pass.