Discover Copenhagen’s beautiful castles, fairy tale history, and fascinating museums, all of which are included with the Copenhagen Card. With 79 top attractions to visit for free, you can enjoy your own sightseeing adventure!
Tivoli Gardens amusement park in Copenhagen is a must for all visitors to the city, young and old. Tivoli is located just a few minutes walk from City Hall, and with the Copenhagen Central Station as its nearest neighbour it is very easy to get to.
A guided tour around the harbor and through the idyllic canals where a guide will tell you about Copenhagen's beautiful churches, castles, old listed houses, new buildings and all other sights of interest.
The 17th-century tower and observatory Rundetaarn, or The Round Tower, is the oldest functioning observatory in Europe.
A royal hermitage set in the King’s Garden in the heart of Copenhagen, Rosenborg Castle features 400 years of splendor, royal art treasures and the Crown Jewels and Royal Regalia.
Experience a world under the seven seas, and get a close look at ferocious hammerhead sharks and elegant rays at Northern Europe’s largest aquarium, home to more than 400 different species of creatures from all over the world.
Complete your visit to Amalienborg Palace square – step inside Amalienborg and experience royal life past and present. The Museum presents the private interiors of the most recent kings and queens and an exhibit on the monarchy today with its many traditions.
The Royal Reception Rooms at Christiansborg Palace in Copenhagen are used by the Queen and the Prince Consort for official occasions.
Denmark's National Museum in Copenhagen has exhibitions from the Stone Age, the Viking Age, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and Modern Danish History.
Kronborg Castle in Elsinore, north of Copenhagen, is one of northern Europe's finest Renaissance castles. It is located at the entrance to Øresund and was built in 1574-1585.
Visit Carlsberg
The Copenhagen Exbeerience - Visit the historical epicentre of Carlsberg – a legendary landmark, where you can use all of your senses.
Copenhagen Amber Museum is one of the most recognized amber museums in the world. The museum is located in Kanneworff's House, which is one of the oldest houses in Copenhagen dating back to 1606.
ARKEN Museum of Modern Art in Ishøj, south of Copenhagen, boasts exhibitions with the greatest Modernist artists alongside exhibitions of contemporary art - from new, young talent to established artists.
The Bakkehus Museum tells the story of the Danish Golden Age, as it took place at Bakkehus.
In times of old, Brede Værk used to be a clothing factory. Today it is a museum presenting the development of the Danish welfare society.
Experience the stunning nature on the lakes outside of Copenhagen with Baadfarten.
At Casino Copenhagen you can try your luck at several different live games as well as top modern slot machines.
Det Kgl Festkøkken
Pay a visit to the Royal Kitchen under Christiansborg.
The Royal Stables are located at Christiansborg Palace on the island of Slotsholmen in central Copenhagen. In 1789 the number of horses reached a peak with 270 horses stabled. Today, there are about 20 horses in the Royal Stables.
When the present Christiansborg Palace in Copenhagen was constructed, the National Museum took care to excavate and protect the ruins of the Palace's oldest predecessors, Bishop Absalon's Castle of 1167 and Copenhagen Castle that replaced it.
Our Saviour's is one of Denmark's most famous churches. Ever since the serpentine spire was inaugurated in 1752, is has been a popular passtime to climb the 400 steps to the top.
The Circus Museum near Copenhagen has facilities for circus workshops and performances. Every Sunday from 11-12:30, and every opening day in July, you can try out everything from juggling to trapeze.
See Copenhagen from above with a tour up to the City Hall Tower.
København Zoo
A visit to Copenhagen Zoo is always a wild and exciting experience.
The Danish Architecture Centre (DAC) is located in Copenhagen and is the main exhibition space in Denmark for architecture. You can experience a broad range of exhibitions and join one of their many architecture tours through Copenhagen.
Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art is a must see in Copenhagen for anyone interested in art and architecture.
With a unique location in Copenhagen’s historic centre, near tourist attractions, the harbour boats, design companies and galleries, Designmuseum Danmark is a working archive and the entrance to Denmark as a design destination. 
Explore a hidden piece of Danish History at Esrum Abbey, founded in 1151 by the Cistercian Order and once amongst the largest and most powerful abbeys in Northern Europe.
There is plenty of playful experiments and activities for kids of all ages at Copenhagen’s popular and brand new science center.
Museum with indoor and outdoor performances. Visitors can see displays with falcons, hawks and eagles at a very close distance.
Frederiksborg Castle is situated in Hillerød, north of Copenhagen. This impressive and unrivalled Renaissance castle was built in the first decades of the 17th century by the Danish King Christian IV.
Frederikssund Museum is all about the fjord – from the humans of the Iron Age to the hurricane Bodil in 2013.
Geological Museum in Copenhagen includes a number of geological collections. At the museum, you can see objects such as rocks, minerals, meteorites, and fossils.
Gl. Holtegaard is a gallery with changing exhibitions of contemporary and classic art in a charming property dating from 1756 with a baroque garden.
Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek is located in Copenhagen center and contains two main departments of ancient and modern art, offering a unique combination of art in impressive architectural surroundings.
The Fairy-tale House in Copenhagen guides the audience through a series of brilliant tableaux depicting the universally known fairy-tales by Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen.
Helsingør Bymuseum
The City Museum of Elsinore is located in the Carmelite house (from 1520)
JF willumsen
The museum exhibits are works by the controversial pioneer in modern Danish art J.F. Willumsen (1863-1958).
Memorial rooms to King Frederik VII and his wife Countess Danner, Orphanage history department, exhibition of ancient Danish gold besides annual special exhibitions
The Karen Blixen Museum is located directly by the Øresund Sound in Rungstedlund, an enchanting park and bird sanctuary north of Copenhagen.
Kunstforeningen GL STRAND is a modern exhibition hall with an extensive history. GL STRAND features 6 – 8 major exhibitions of modern and contemporary art annually.
Kunsthal Charlottenborg is one of the largest and most beautiful exhibition spaces for contemporary art in Northern Europe. The Dutch-inspired baroque palace housing the exhibition halls is an addition to the historical Charlottenborg Palace.
Take a trip to Køge Museum and enjoy an experience you'll never forget.
KØS is Denmark's only museum dedicated to art in public spaces.
Lejre Land of Legends is a unique and stunningly beautiful open air museum, which offers its visitors to embark on a journey through time and space.
Lejre Museum
 According to written sources from the middle ages, it was in the area surrounding Lejre Museum, that the birth of the Danish realm took place.
The beautiful museum, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, is located 40 kilometres north of Copenhagen and it has gained a reputation as a museum in touch with the zeitgeist of the contemporary art world. Experience international artists, concerts and lectures.
M/S Maritime Museum in Elsinore is one of the most talked about museums in recent years. It has been named ‘A cutting-edge cultural venue’ by New York Times and ‘One of the eight greatest new museums’ by BBC.
On the Brink of War - Neutrality between Warfare and Welfare in Denmark during World War 1
The Museum of Contemporary Art especially collect artworks and different kind of documentation which show new directions in art from 1950´until today – or document a characteristic epoch.
Nikolaj Kunsthal
Nikolaj Kunsthal exhibits Danish and international contemporary art in the heart of Copenhagen. The art centre is located in the former St.
Nordatlantens Brygge
North Atlantic House is an art center where you can encounter North Atlantic culture, research and business. Here, people from the North Atlantic, Denmark, and the rest of the world meet and inspire one another.
Welcome to The Open Air Museum - one of the largest and oldest open air museums in the world showing rural architecture and focusing on landscapes, buildings and people.
RAGNAROCK is a national, historical museum and cultural greenhouse in Roskilde, which focuses on music and youth culture.
Danish history told through humour and satire.
With its slender spires and large number of royal graves, this magnificent red brick cathedral is a truly unique structure, and considered to be one of Denmark’s most important buildings.
Roskilde Museum is the city and district museum of culture and tells the story of a significant Danish city - the country's first capital.
At the Rudolph Tegner Museum and Statue park in Dronningmølle north of Copenhagen, you can view the work of Danish sculptor Rudolph Tegner (1873 - 1950).
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Sankt Laurentii Church with the famous brick floor is situated 2 meters below Stændertorvet. In the church ruin there is a small museum with archaeological findings from the excavation of 1998.
SMK – The National Gallery of Denmark
Storm P. Museum and humour and satire in art and Danish cartoons Here you can meet the man and artist Storm P. (1882-1949) and his humoristic and quirky universe.
Tadre Mølle
Tadre Mill (Tadre Mølle) is situated 50 minutes west of Copenhagen, in the scenic area of Elverdamdalen. Tadre Mølle owns 12 acres of national protected nature, and today the mill is both a nature center and a cultural historical museum.
Head down below the green fields of Søndermarken to discover an underground world, where you will be enveloped in the dark, cold and damp space. The former reservoir dates back to the 19th century, and is now being used as a spectacular setting for art exhibitions and events.
The exhibition at the Danish Jewish Museum in Copenhagen is a broad presentation of Jewish life in Denmark throughout 400 years, and is a selection from the museum's own collection.
Danmarks Tekniske Museum
The Danish Museum of Science and Technology is a paradise for curious children and adults. You learn all about science, engineering and industry. The Museum has an impressive collection of inventions, electric appliances, bicycles, cars, smartphones and airplanes.
Musik Museet
The Danish Music Museum is situated in the former Broadcasting House. The museum exhibits musical instruments from Europe, Asia, and Africa from the Bronze Ages through the 21st century.
Færgen Frederiksborg
The ”Frederiksborg” ferry sails ”Denmark’s most beautiful nautical mile” on the Castle Lake round splendid Frederiksborg Castle. Departure approximately every 30 minutes from three piers: Hillerød Torv, Rosenhaven and Baroquegarden.
Hirschsprung is an art museum in a class of its own located in Copenhagen. It stands as a unique presentation of Danish art from the 19th and early 20th centuries, spanning the period from the Danish Golden Age to the Skagen painters and the Modern Breakthrough.
Make yourself comfortable in one of the blue Netto-Boats and see Copenhagen from the waterfront. Enjoy the scenery that passes by while your guide tells about the sights in Danish, English, and German.
Enter a magnificent world of cannons, hand weapons, ship models, armour, uniforms and lethal swords in King Christian IV’s solid Renaissance arsenal from 1604.
The Court Theatre is 250 years old and it is the oldest theatre in Denmark; Hans Christian Andersen and Countess Danner among others have performed here.
Step into the past with the National Museum and visit a luxury flat of original interiors, fully equipped in 1890 in late-Victorian style.
Visit Vedbækfundene Museum and meet the hunter-gatherers who lived a tough and dangerous life 7000 years ago!
Arbejdermuseet Festsalen
The Workers Museum in Copenhagen invites you to step into everyday life of Copenhageners in the 1950's. HOME TO YOUR HISTORY
The Øresund Aquarium (Øresundsakvariet) in Elsinore (Helsingør), north of Copenhagen, is a part of The University of Copenhagen's museums and simultaneously a saltwater aquarium.
Vivid colours and grand architectural design characterise the museum,  which houses the works of the world-famous Danish sculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen.
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The Trekroner Fortress is a small island situated at the entry to Copenhagen's harbor. When you are at the island you can enjoy the beautiful sky and water and enjoy the view.
Tycho Brahe Planetarium is educational entertainment for the family. Get lost in the stars, see the films in The Dome Theatre or explore the exhibition. Exhibition
Zoologisk Museum fødselsdag
Travel through time and experience Denmark's animal life from the past to the present at Zoological Museum in Copenhagen part of the Natural History Museum of Denmark.

Please note that opening hours may change according to season. Please check the attractions' websites for opening hours and dates.
Many museums are closed on Mondays and on public holidays.


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Does the Copenhagen Card include all of Copenhagen’s attractions?

The Copenhagen Card gives you free admission to more than 70 top attractions including Tivoli, Canal Tours Copenhagen, The Round Tower, Rosenborg Castle, National Aquarium and many more. Check out the complete list of attractions you can visit for free with a Copenhagen Card. 

How does the Copenhagen Card works?

Copenhagen Card is your all-inclusive city pass where you get free admission to museums and attractions and free public transportation. Show the valid card at the entrance or ticket office of any attraction. They will scan your card and give you entrance at no further costs. Show your valid card to the transportation authority upon request when using public transportation. 

Is there a limit to how many attractions I can visit in one day?

With a Copenhagen Card, there is no limit to how many attractions you can visit in one day. You’re welcome to use your card for entry at as many attractions as you can possibly fit into your day. 
You can visit the same attraction one time per card day. Meaning if you have a 48-hour card, you can visit the same attraction two times, three times with a 72-hour card and five times with a 120-hour card. 

Can I visit the same attraction twice with a Copenhagen Card?

You can visit each attraction one time per card day. Meaning if you have a 48-hour card, you can visit the same attraction two times, three times with a 72-hour card and five times with a 120-hour card.

How many people can I bring with me on one Copenhagen Card?

A Copenhagen Card is valid for one person only. You can, however, bring up to two children between the ages of 0-9 years old free with you on one adult card.