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Visitor information

Opening hours


Tuesday - sunday: 10 AM to 4 PM


Monday: closed

Speciel opening hours


December 24, 25, 31 and January 1: closed


The Museum is open all Easter except Easter Monday.


In week 42 the museum is open every day (including monday): 10 AM to 4 PM


In week 7 the museum is open every day (including monday): 10 AM to 4 PM

How to get here


Address Public transport
Geological Museum
Øster Voldgade 5-7
DK-1350 Copenhagen K 

Bus lines:
6A, 26, 184 and 185 go straight to the museum.

Trains:
Metro, S-train and regional trains to Nørreport St. 

Plan your journey on this website: rejseplanen.dk

Admission


Adult: DKK 75


Child (3-16 yrs): DKK 50 


Student: DKK 50



NB - There is free admission at
the Geological Museum troughout
the month of January.

Joint ticket

A joint ticket will give you easy access to

two museum experiences with only one ticket. 

The joint ticket for both the Zoological Museum 

and the Geological Museum costs:

DKK 95 for adults and DKK 50 for children. 

The ticket is valid for one day.

Season ticket

Season ticket DUO

Adult: DKK 210


Child: DKK 120 

Adult incl. guest: DKK 350


Child incl. guest: DKK 250 


The season ticket is also valid at the Geological Museum and for special exhibitions.

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.

Wheelchair access


The Geological Museum is on several floors and unfortunately not so suitable for wheelchairs. From the courtyard there is access to the ground floor via elevator. After prior arrangement it is possible to use the internal elevator to get from the ground floor to more exhibitions on the 1st floor.

Push chairs and baby buggies


Push chairs, buggies and prams may not be brought into the exhibition spaces. However they can be left in an ante-room at your own risk.