Product Q&A: Museums Insurance
What does museums insurance cover?
Museum insurance covers stock owned by the Museum and any goods in trust that are on loan to them (for display or other purposes – such as research).
It can also cover money, their business contents, glass, public and products liability and business interruption where required.
Stock and goods in trust can be covered at the premises or in transit and at unnamed locations and off-site exhibitions where required.
What are five key considerations when placing museums insurance?
Museums have complex insurance requirements. The nature of their collections is often varied, valuable and unique or irreplaceable. The five key considerations are:
·What can Quantum provide?
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