Museum Tickets (Example with Order Barcodes)

What I used in this scenario

  • WooCommerce Bookings 1.5.1
  • WooCommerce Order Barcodes 1.1.1
  • Storefront 1.2.1

Real world scenario

Susan is the director of a local museum and wants people to book online to have competitive prices on the market.

  • The museum is closed only on Monday, Christmas and First of the year
  • You can book for a day, then come when it’s best for you, there’s not a preferred time
  • Adults price is $ 10 per ticket and children is $ 5
  • The maximum number of people each day is 250
  • On Sunday adults pay half the price and children ticket is free
  • You must print your booking receipt as the barcode on it will be needed to verify your ticket (optional, you need WooCommerce Order Barcodes 1.1.1 for this)

Booking configuration

  1. Create a bookable product for the museum and configure it like this:
    Configure the General tab:generalAdd Availability:availabilityAdd Costs:costsSet different prices for different Persons:
  2. This step is optional as you need to install WooCommerce Order Barcodes to get it working. If you have it, be sure to activate it and check it’s settings in WooCommerce > Settings > General to fit your needs.

Customer view

This is what the visitors to the website will see:



If you are using also WooCommerce Order Barcodes try to order the product, you will get this in the Thank you page:


Ask your customers to print this page and bring it with them because the barcode is needed to check the validity of the payment.

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