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Public-images-osm logo.svg opening_hours:signed = no
Entrance to a restaurant in Kraków - C.K. Dezerter IMG 20180616 075729 HDR.jpg
There is no posted opening hours information Show/edit corresponding data item.
Group: properties
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may be used on nodesmay be used on waysmay be used on areas (and multipolygon relations)should not be used on relations (except multipolygon relations)
Status: de factoPage for proposal

Marks object that it has no signed opening hours info visible from outside.

Tagging or resurveying opening_hours=* is significantly more complicated for such objects. This tag allows mappers to skip such objects, or give them lower priority during mapping.

Note that it may be together with opening_hours=* - it is still possible to ask owner, employees or opening information may be available elsewhere. This tag only refers to whether the opening hours can be seen from outside the venue.[1]

This tag is both added and used by StreetComplete.



  1. On OSMUS Slack server on 2020-10-14, the StreetComplete creator confirmed this.
    <Rory> For openings hours, does "no sign" only refer to when you're standing outside on the street?
    <Rory> or do i need to go inside and look around inside for a sign inside before i can select that?
    <westnordost> yes, no sign refers to that you cannot see it from the street
    <westnordost> in other words, that it is not verifiable from the street. If there is a sign at the cash counter is basically the same thing as if there is none, because then you might as well ask the cashier

    This intended meaning was also confirmed by person who introduced this tag into StreetComplete and created RfC for that tag