Practical info about the Museum of Copenhagen
The museum is closed from December 19th due to governmental covid restrictions.
Normally the museum is open every day from 9 AM to 6 PM.
Thursdays are open from 9 AM to 9 PM.
Read about the exhibitions at the Museum of Copenhagen by following this link.
Bring your Corona passport
A corona passport is required for all visitors aged 15 or older. You have to show a corona passport at the entrance. Hand sanitizers have been placed around the museum.
Shop and front garden
The Museum Shop and the front garden are open during Museum opening hours - every day from 9 AM to 6 PM and thursdays to 9 PM.
The Archaeological Workshop
The Archaeological Workshop in Stormgade 20 (on the corner of Stormgade and H. C. Andersens Boulevard) is open on saturdays and sundays from noon to 4 PM. Note that the Archaeological workshop is closed on sunday December 26th as well as on January 2nd.
Buy your ticket in the Museum's Shop at the Museum or in our webshop.
Adults: 90 DKR.
Children and young people (under 18): free entrance.
Group discount (minimum 10 people) is 10% off the entrance fee. Please note that groups must arrive together to get the discount.
Annual pass: 180 DKR.
Annual pass 1+1, (bring a guest): 280 DKR.
Wednesdays are free admission for all guests (expect a lot of visitors!), whereas admission is free for children and young people (under 18) every day.
The ticket is valid for 48 hours for the Museum of Copenhagen, Thorvaldsen's Museum and Nikolaj Kunsthal. Within the same 48 hours the ticket is also valid for the Archaeolgical workshop, which however only is open during weekends.
Tickets are sold untill 30 minutes before closing time.
Admission is free for the Museum's Shop and the front garden.
Address and contact information
Københavns Museum/Museum of Copenhagen
1555 København V
Phone for the information desk (Please note that waiting time may apply, so consider sending us an email in stead): +45 2176 4366
Getting to the Museum
The Museum is within five minutes walking distance fron the City Hall Square (where you can get via Metro M3) and approximately 10 minutes from the Copenhagen Central Station.
Plan your trip on rejseplanen.
Your own food and drinks
You are welcome to enjoy your own food in the front garden of the museum. Food and drinks can not be taken inside to the exhibitions.
Strollers and prams
You can borrow a stroller at the museum (limited number). You can not bring your own stroller or pram in the exhibition rooms. If you have brought a stroller or pram, you can place it in the museum cloak room at the lower floor. Access via the ramp from the front garden.
There are baby changing facilities in the restrooms at the lower floor - one in each wing.
Group discount: Groups of minimum 10 people get a 10 % discount on the entrance fee.
Best time to visit: Afternoons - as the Museum often have a lot of school children visiting before noon.
Guided tours around the museum can be booked on mondays, tuesdays, thursdays and fridays.
Book a guided tour by contacting us on this email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Max. 25 participants per tour.
Groups with a private, external guide are welcome. Please report that you are coming a week before and avoid the busy wednesdays.
You are welcome to take photographs in the museum. You can share them on Instagram at #museumofcopenhagen. The use of tripods and extra lightning is not allowed. Commercial photography requires special permission. You can find more information on press contact here.
Free WIFI is available throughout the museum building.
Parking: Find a map of disabled parking close to the museum here.
Entrance to the museum - elevator: There is a lift from street level for wheelchair users and level-free access and elevators throughout the museum. Key for the lift in front of the museum please contact the Information or call +4521764366. Please note that the lift from the front garden is currently out of function. We are working on getting it back in use and encourage wheel chair users to use the ramp in stead.
Helpers: We offer free entry to those accompanying visually impaired visitors and wheelchair users.
Guide dogs: Guide dogs are welcome at the museum.
Toilet facilities: There are toilets with wheelchair access in both wings of the basement.
Accessibility Label Scheme: The museum is registered under the Accessibility Label Scheme.
The museum is a smoke-free area.