Museum Het Schip is the Museum about “the Amsterdam School”. The Amsterdam School is an expressionist architectural style from the beginning of the last century. Museum het Schip has several websites with information about this: Het Schip, 100 jaar Amsterdamse School, Wendingen en Youth and Architecture.
You can visit the Museum. You can sign up for newsletters, you can sign up and log in to the Wendingen and Youth and Architecture website or you can buy tickets to visit the museum or one or more of the many guided tours, bus tours, boat trips, bike rides and lectures around you to delve into the Amsterdam School. If you do that, we will collect data from you.
What data do we collect from you?
Do you buy a ticket from us or book a tour, boat, bus or bicycle tour with us? Then we collect data from you. What data are they? Do you sign up for the newsletter? What do we do with it and how long do we keep it? We would like to inform you about this.
We make a distinction between personal data and other data. Personal data can be traced back to you directly. They are your name, address and telephone number. Other information is the information we have about you, but which cannot be traced back directly, such as the amount you pay for the tickets or the type of ticket you buy from us. There are several reasons why we collect or use your information. We explain this below.
Why do we collect them?
You state your name, telephone number or e-mail address and your choice for our program when you purchase or reserve a ticket by telephone or online. If you reserve and pay online, you also provide other information to be able to realize your payment. We use this information to be able to receive you and to be able to contact you if we change our programming and to receive your payment.
Your personal data and other data are also used to improve our services and to conduct statistical research, market research and customer satisfaction research.
Who do we share your data with and why?
- We share your data with other parties. We do this for several reasons.
- We share your data with the banks in order to be able to collect or pay money.
- With online ticketing systems to exchange the ticket you have bought from us.
- With insurance to ensure that you are safe when you visit us.
- We share other information with the subsidy providers and marketing partners in order to be able to account for the number of visitors and to see which visitors come to the museum.
How do we protect your data?
There are many rules and agreements that we adhere to to protect your data. Museum Het Schip processes your data in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation.
How long do we keep your data?
The retention period of data is not always the same, it depends on legislation. We do not store most data for longer than is necessary to carry out the agreement we have made with you about your visit to Museum het Schip. We store financial data in accordance with the legal term. In specific cases, for example in legal proceedings, the retention period is even longer.
Use of your data on websites and social media.
To allow our visitors to choose how they contact us and request information about the Museum or the Amsterdam School, you can click through to our social media and other websites on our site. If the websites and social media of Museum Het Schip itself, these privacy rules apply. If you follow the links to other websites and social media, you will leave our sites. Then our privacy statement no longer applies.
If you approach us via our social media or log in with your social media profile, data may be shared with us. We will then receive, for example, your name, date of birth and interests. What we receive from you and how much, you can largely set yourself with the social media provider. These points are described in more detail in our cookie statement.
What rights and choices do you have regarding privacy and personal data?
Museum het Schip may use your data to inform you about what we have to offer, provided we adhere to the conditions that apply. You can choose not to receive information or offers of products from us. You can read how that works below:
Would you rather no longer receive e-mail from us about our products?
Do you sign up for the newsletter?
You can unsubscribe from the newsletter at any time if you no longer wish to receive it. Your data will then no longer be saved.
Would you like to know how to delete cookies from your computer?
Then we would like to refer you to the information from the Consumers' Association about this.
Do you want to view your personal data?
Do we have your personal data that is no longer correct?
Make an objection or file a complaint?
We often use automated processes to make decisions as efficiently as possible. If you want to object to such a decision, you can submit a complaint. A complaint may sound heavy, but this way you can help yourself and us further.
Have your personal data deleted or no longer used?
You can ask us to delete the information we have about you. That is not always possible. As long as you do business with us, we need your data. In addition, there is the legal retention period. Then we may not delete the data.
Cookies are designed to make internet use easier. They are small files that your browser stores on your computer. The information in these files is sent back to the server when you visit a previously visited website. In this way, a site remembers your email address, for example. We use various cookies for Google Analytics, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
Our website includes buttons for social media, including Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and Instagram. These buttons work through a code that comes from these websites themselves. This code ensures that cookies are placed, we have no influence on this. Their own privacy statement indicates what they do with the personal data.
The above parties adhere to the Safe Harbor principles and are affiliated with the Safe Harbor program of the US Department of Commerce. This ensures that an adequate level of protection is maintained for any processing of personal data.
You can choose to refuse certain cookies yourself. You can set this in your browser. We would like to refer you to the consumer association for a step-by-step plan.