Museum District in Copenhagen
Visit Parkmuseerne with one ticket at a price of DKK 245. Show the ticket and get a 10% discount on certain products in the Parkmuseerne museum shops
Extending the validity of Parkmuseerne tickets
The period of validity of Parkmuseerne tickets are extended with the periods, the museums were closed. More information on parkmuseerne.dk.
Parkmuseerne is a district of six museums in the center of Copenhagen: the David Collection, the Workers Museum, the Hirschsprung Collection, Rosenborg Castle, SMK – the National Gallery of Denmark, and the Natural History Museum of Denmark.
Experience the very best that art and nature have to offer, find inspiration, or simply relax. Getting there is easy, and the museum district has everything you need to spend a good day out with family and friends.
Visit Parkmuseerne with a single ticket
Parkmuseerne introduces a single ticket that can be used for visits to all the museums. You can purchase your ticket, which is valid for one year, at any of the six museums and use it to visit each of them once. Priced at DKK 245, the ticket gives you more than a 50% discount. The tickets holder gets a 10% discount on purchases in all the museum shops, including purchases of the David Collection’s own printed publications, posters, magnets, and post cards.
Activities for all
Parkmuseerne offers a wide selection of exhibitions and activities the year round. It is home to Denmark’s largest collections from the worlds of art and nature, and caters to all interests: culture, history, natural history, botany, and fine art.
And there is more…
The museums are located in and around three parks: the King’s Gardens, the Botanical Garden, and the Østre Anlæg park. Since everything is within walking distance, a visit to the museums invites you to see the parks, and vice versa. There is ample opportunity for a pleasant break. Have fun, play with your children, eat lunch in one of the many cafés and restaurants, buy something special in the exclusive, inspiring museum shops, and take in an exhibition – or just a single work of art.