Transport

The museum district can be accessed from Nørreport Station and Østerport Station.

Nørreport Station

Trains, Metro and buses are running from Nørreport Station
Find Nørreport here.

Østerport Station

Trains and buses are running from Østerport Station.
Find Østerport here.

Buses

Many buses pass through the area bounded by Gothersgade, Sølvgade and Øster Voldgade. The Georg Brandes Plads / Parkmuseerne bus stop is right at the heart of the museum district. Bus routes change frequently; check rejseplanen.dk for the best buses to pick right now.

Parking

A parking facility can be found on Israels Plads; limited parking is available in Stockholmsgade, Øster Voldgade, and Øster Farimagsgade.

Unlimited transport in Copenhagen

With a City Pass you can travel unlimited by bus, train and Metro in all of the city of Copenhagen – including the Airport. City Pass is recommended for guests and tourists who need unlimited use of public transportation in the city of Copenhagen.

Buy City Pass at 1415.dk/CityPass
Plan your trip at rejseplanen.dk

City Pass – 24 hours (adult)*                    DKK 80,-
City Pass – 24 hours (child 12 – 15 år)     DKK 40,-
City Pass – 72 hours (adult)*                    DKK 200,-
City Pass – 72 hours (child 12 – 15 år)     DKK 100,-

*Adults are allowed to bring two children under the age of 12 free of charge on the same ticket.

Also see rejseplanen.dk

Disabled access

The Cinematheque, the Hirschsprung Collection, and SMK offer full access for wheelchair users. The David Collection, the Natural History Museum of Denmark, and Rosenborg Castle offer limited access. Visit the museums’ websites for details.

The David Collection

The Cinematheque

The Hirschsprung Collection

SMK

Find information on accessibility to venues: God Adgang

 

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