Natural History Museum of Denmark

24.02.21:

Extending the validity of Parkmuseerne tickets

All six park museums adhere to the Danish authorities’ recommendations regarding the coronavirus and will remain closed until April 6th. Reflecting this, the period of validity of Parkmuseerne tickets already purchased will be extended. The scope of the extended validity will depend on the total closing period. More information will follow on this website.

Discover meteorites from outer space, beautiful minerals, and rare fossils, collected on expeditions all over the world.
In the heart of Copenhagen’s green museum area you will find the Natural History Museum of Denmark located near Nørreport Station. Start your museum experience by taking a stroll through the Botanical Garden and end the day with a visit to the museum.

The Natural History Museum of Denmark contains botanical, zoological and geological objects collected over 400 years on expeditions to all corners of the world: From meteorites weighing several tons, to rare fossils, carnivorous plants and beautiful butterflies.

At the Natural History Museum of Denmark you will find the beautiful mineral halls, as well as interesting temporary exhibitions from all areas of the natural history world. Until late March 2021 you can experience King of Dinosaurs, which will give you the chance to get up close with one of the world’s most complete Tyrannosaurus rex fossils.

In the Botanical Garden the public can explore the impressive living plant collections, and also find peace and relaxation in the garden’s beautiful surroundings.

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