The National Museum of Denmark is a must-see for every visitor to the city of Copenhagen. As Denmark’s most important and largest cultural and historical museum it hosts a broad variety of fascinating exhibitions. The Museum displays objects from around the world and embraces 20.000 years of history.
Some of the most famous historical finds can be found in the National Museum.
Experience the Danish population's history back to ancient times. It is the home to national treasures like the prehistoric Sun Chariot, the only object of its kind – worldwide. You also have the chance to see even more exciting and extraordinary exhibits like an original hash sales stall from Christiania and the Egtved girl. Take a trip to ancient Egypt and visit the mummies, or explore collections from North America, South and Central America, Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Arctic.
Tuesday – Sunday: 10-17
The National Museum of Denmark is closed December 24, 25 and 31.
The Children’s Museum closes at 16.30 every day.
Adult: 85 DKK
1 Child + 1 Adult: 75 DKK
Child under 18 years old: Free
(Prices per March 2018)
The museum is easily accessible by wheelchair users. There are lifts to all floors and wheelchair accessible restrooms. It is also possible to borrow a wheelchair at the museum.
Ny Vestergade 10
1471 Copenhagen K