Guided tours & groups
Book a private tour. Designmuseum Danmark is a wonderful place to visit for both young and old. Get close to the museum, exhibits and collections with our tours for private groups. With a tour, you will get even more out of your visit. Tours are for groups of up to 30.
The tours last a standard 50 minutes. Get in touch and we can discuss something that suits your needs. See our theme tours below.
NIGHT FEVER: DESIGNING CLUB CULTURE 1960-TODAY
Discover a new way of thinking about design in the fascinating universe of nightclubs, which includes everything from architecture, interiors, fashion, sound and graphic design. Learn more about how the phenomenon of nightclubs has formed cultural norms, riots, and has been a free space for experimentation from the 1960s to today.
The Danish Chair
Join us for a magic trip through a world of chairs. We tell the story of how Danish design became an international megabrand. We also talk about how the iconic chair is “An international affair” where international inspiration can be seen in the story of the chair’s development, from ancient Japan to modernist functionalism and on to contemporary style.Book Guided tour
Danish Design Now
Get close to the Danish designers and hear more about the trends and themes that define Danish design in the 21st century. Danish Design Now presents a rich selection of contemporary Danish design across a wide spectrum: furniture, product design, fashion, and design for public spaces.Book Guided tour
What is a design icon? Can a vacuum cleaner be an icon? Come along on an exciting tour around the museum’s various exhibits, where we will examine various design icons from chairs to beer labels.Book Guided tour
Free tours: Wednesday and Sunday
Every Wednesday and Sunday we offer free tours in both Danish and English. You do not have to sign up in advance, but make sure to be there a few minutes before the tour starts. The tours are free with admission.
Groups on their own
We have a large number of visitors, and we want to make sure they all enjoy the museum. That’s why we ask groups of 10 or more people to reserve time for their visit in advance, in order to avoid waiting time.Book a Group