Tuesday - Sunday: 10.00 - 16.00
Speciel opening hours due to holidays - 2019
Speciel closing days:
24, 25 and 31 December and 1 January: closed
22 April and 10 June: closed
Extended opening hours:
18, 19 and 21 April, 17 and 30 May, 5 and 9 June: 10.00 - 16.00
Week 7: 10.00 - 16.00 (every day - including monday)
Week 42: 10.00 - 16.00 (every day - including monday)
Your ticket for the Natural History Museum of Denmark is valid for 48 hours and gives you access to one visit at both the Zoological Museum, Geological Museum and the Palm House in the Botanical Garden.
Adults: DKK 105
Children (3-17 years): DKK 50
Students: DKK 50 (with student ID)
Adulst: DKK 210
Children: DKK 120
Annual Pass DUO
Adults incl. guest: DKK 350
Children incl. guest: DKK 250
Schools and institutions
On weekdays only, the charge is DKK 15 per pupil on a school visit. Free admission for accompanying teaching staff. Valid with or without educational programme.
Due to the construction of the Niels Bohr building, the parking lot at Jagtvej has been shut down. There are a limited number of parking spaces available in the University Park in front of the Zoological Museum and the August Krogh building available to personnel with a valid university parking permit.
Visitors to the Zoological Museum can obtain a guest parking permit in the museum shop. Note : Remember to set your parking disc before obtaining the permit. Furthermore, there are municipal pay-to-use parking possibilities in the side streets around Rådmandsgade and at Nørre Allé and Jagtvej.
There are two handicap parking spaces available close to the Zoological Museum on the road University Park next to the museum's delivery entrance. Visible parking permit must be used, which is provided in the museum shop.
The museum has lift access and a disabled toilet.
Journalists wishing to visit the Natural History Museum of Denmark must be accredited in advance. Please contact the museum's communications department for this.
Food and lunchroom
The café is temporarily closed.
At the Zoological Museum you will find a lunchroom where you are more than welcome to bring your own food and drinks.
Natural History Museum of Denmark
DK-2100 København Ø
How to get here
Plan your journey on the following website: rejseplanen.dk
Bus lines to Universitetsparken (Jagtvej): 14, 18
Bus lines to Universitetsparken (Nørre Allé): 15E, 94N, 150S, 184, 185
Metro (M3) to Vibenshus Runddel