We’re looking forward to seeing you at Designmuseum Danmark. Here are the answers to a few practical questions before your visit.
Things you need a ticket for
Your ticket gives you access to all of the museum’s exhibits and collections. But you can visit Designmuseum Danmark’s shop, café, library, and the museum garden Grønnegården without buying a ticket.
Access to the museum’s exhibits and collections close 30 minutes before the museum’s closing time.
Baby carriages and pushchairs
To protect our collections, you are not allowed to bring your own baby carriages, prams, strollers, or pushchairs into the exhibition areas. You can borrow a folding stroller at our ticket counter.
Designmuseum Danmark is housed on the premises of what was once the Royal Frederik’s Hospital, built in 1751 as Denmark’s first public hospital. It has also been home to the design studio and furniture school of Kaare Klint, one of the originators of modern Danish design. We take good care of the building, and are glad our guests can enjoy this listed building where so much Danish design history has been created.
Photography is allowed at the museum, but the use of tripods, flash or extra lighting requires special permission. Commercial photo shoots at the museum also need a special permit.
Feel free to share your photos with the hash tag #designmuseumdanmark
Coatroom and Lockers
You can find a free coatroom near the museum entrance. Backpacks, big bags, and umbrellas cannot be taken into the exhibition area. In the coatroom, you’ll find lockers with locks where you can store bags and outerwear.
Groups of visitors
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.
Send a suggestion for a date, and we’ll confirm that there is room for you on that day:Forespørgsel
Terms and conditions for booking and payment cards
We have collected all the fine print in one place. Read here about the fees on international credit cards, and the terms and conditions when it comes to “Support the Museum” and when you purchase guided tours and courses.
You can get around the main floor of the museum in a wheelchair, and access exhibits, the café, the shop, and the library. Unfortunately, the museum has no elevator to the first floor, where the conference facilities, assembly hall, and porcelain collection are located. We have a light wheelchair available for loan. Assistants to persons using wheelchairs receive free admission.
Parking for vehicles designed for the handicapped is allowed with a special permission sign, which can be obtained from the museum’s ticket sales area.
There is free WIFI throughout the museum.
Pets are not allowed in the museum. Only guide dogs for the disabled are permitted.
Book rooms for parties, meetings, conferences
Designmuseum Danmark’s historic Assembly Hall can be rented out for parties, lectures, concerts, receptions, etc. There is room to seat up to 120 people. We have A/V equipment and internet access with WIFI. Our wonderful Klint Café offers a variety of packages for meetings, receptions, conferences, events and much more.
Eating and drinking
Eating and drinking is not allowed in the museum. For refreshments, please visit the museum’s Klint Café. During the warm months, schools and kindergartens can bring food and enjoy it in the museum garden outside the café.
The museum has no public parking places. The closest public parking garage is in Dronningens Tværgade, about a five-minute walk away. Read more at:
Diapering area and breastfeeding
There are diapering areas in the toilets in the entrance hall, and breastfeeding is allowed everywhere in the museum.
Smoking is prohibited at the museum.
Toilets are available on the ground floor and on the first floor. A disabled access toilet and a diapering area are available in the entrance hall.