Tuesday - Sunday: 10.00 - 17.00
Speciel opening hours due to holidays - 2019
Speciel closing days:
24, 25, 16 and 31 December and 1 January: close
Extended opening hours:
17 and 30 May, 5 and 9 June: 10.00 - 17.00
Week 7: 10.00 - 17.00 (every day - including monday)
Week 16: 10.00 - 17.00 (every day - including monday)
Week 42: 10.00 - 17.00 (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.
The Combined Ticket for Parkmuseerne
Natural History Museum of Denmark (Geological Museum and the Botanical Garden) is together with The Hirschsprung Collection, SMK (National Gallery of Denmark), Rosenborg Castle, The David Collection and Cinematheque a part of Parkmuseerne:
The combined ticket for Parkmuseerne gives you admittance to all of the six museums:
- 1 Ticket - 6 Museum
- Price: DKK 245
- Period: The ticket is valid for a year, starting from the day of purchase
- Admission: The ticket gives admission to one visit to each museum and is personal.
Please note that the Zoological Museum is not at part of Parkmuseerne.
Read more on parkmuseerne.dk...
NB. The Cinematheque left the Parkmuseerne 1 January 2019. If you bought a Parkmuseerne ticket in 2018, you can still use the ticket at the Cinematheque within the ticket’s period of validity. However, from 15 January you can also choose to use it at the Workers Museum instead of at the Cinematheque.
There are two parking spaces for disabled persons available at the Geological Museum's yard. Otherwise there are no parking.
The Geological Museum is an older building with limited access for wheelchair users, and certain areas of the museum can only be accessed if you are able to manage single steps by yourself or with the assistance of an aid.
Wheelchair access Access to the Geological Museum with a wheelchair is partly via a lift from the courtyard to the first floor and partly via a staff elevator to the second floor. It requires assistance from an employee to use the staff elevator, which can be done during museum hours. Some exhibitions on the first floor cannot be accessed by a wheelchair.
Note that the inside of the employee elevator is 1 m x 1.5 m and has a maximum weight of 500 kg.
It is possible to borrow a wheelchair in the museum shop.
There is a bathroom for the disabled on both the 1st and 2nd floor. However, you cannot access this bathroom on the first floor with a wheelchair.
To access the handicapped parking spaces, use the entrance to the Geological Museum from Østre Voldgade. There are two handicap parking spaces. Aids enter free Wheelchair user aids have free access to the museum. Please bring documentation.
Push chairs and baby buggies
Push chairs, buggies and prams may not be brought into the exhibition spaces.
Journalists wishing to visit the Natural History Museum of Denmark must be accredited in advance. Please contact the museum's communications department for this.
How to get here
Plan your journey on the following
Bus lines to Georg Brandes Plads:
6A, 23, 94N, 184, 185
Trains to Nørreport Station:
S-train (S-tog), Metro (M1, M2), regional train
Bus lines to Nørreport Station:
5C, 6A, 14, 15E, 94N, 150S, 184, 185, 350S