The National Museum of Denmark

Hours

Tuesday-Sunday 10am-5pm. Mondays closed. 

Visitor information

Information on parking, strollers, food etc.

Guided tour in English

Please sign up at the Information Desk to attend on the day itself.

Guides and Flyers

Get inspiration for your visit at the museum

For Children

Kids can play their way through history at the Children's Museum.

Activities

Have a look at the activities the museum has to offer

Museum Shop

Now a lot of Viking-related goods for an exciting shopping-journey in itself.

Exhibitions

In the exhibitions you can find everything from the famous Golden Horns and the Egtved Girl to African masks and Egyptian mummies.

Restaurant

The restaurant’s menu is based on great respect for Nordic cuisine, and is inspired by Danish culinary heritage and the National Museum’s exhibitions

The Prince's Palace - Copenhagen

The Prince's Palace, which houses the National Museum, was home to members of the royal family in the 18th century. The current palace, including the Great Hall – the biggest and finest of its rooms – was built by Nicolai Eigtved between 1743 and 1744. The long wall is adorned with the original Flemish tapestries, the chandeliers are copies from the period, and the chairs are from the Gaunø country manor.

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