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cookie policy

This cookie statement applies to the website and is linked to the Privacy Policy and Terms and Conditions of Use of the website.


What are cookies?

Cookies are tiny text files automatically downloaded to your computer's hard disk by a browser whenever you visit a website. Cookies never have access to your name, address or personal documents stored on your computer or mobile device. They only collect information about how you use our website.


Why do we use cookies?  

Cookies enable us to simplify, complete and personalise the use of the website. They make the website fast and safe, and provide us with information we can use to improve the website.


What cookies do we use and why?  

Cookies can be placed on a website by different parties. First-party cookies are cookies managed by the Museum of Industry. Third-party cookies send data to external parties such as Facebook and Google. They use these data to provide you with customised content such as relevant ads.

In particular cases, our first-party cookies send data to external parties, for instance Google Analytics. These basic behavioural data give us a better insight into what our visitors are looking for on the website and how we can help them better.


How can you manage your cookie preferences?

You can choose which cookies you accept via your cookie settings and thus determine which information you share with the Museum of Industry.

When visiting our website for the first time, you can save your preferences via a pop-up. You can change your cookie preferences at any moment by adjusting the cookie settings at the bottom of this page. You can also change your cookie preferences via your browser.


Do you have any questions?

Contact us via or 09 323 65 00.

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Functionality cookies ensure that all necessary functionalities provided on the website are also accessible to you.

Performance cookies keep track of the visitor statistics. They register information about how you ended up on our website, which pages you visit and for how long and what you click on. This way, we can keep improving our website and enhance it according to your and other visitors’ wishes.

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