How to get here

Update 21.05.20: The Parkmuseums open again All six Parkmuseums comply with the Danish authorities’ instructions regarding the current Coronavirus/COVID19 epidemic and are therefore planning to re-open within the next weeks. For further information, please visit the museum websites

Public close by

Nørreport Station is located south of the Parkmuseerne district next to The Botanical Garden and The King’s Garden. Metro, buses and trains are running from the station. Find Nørreport at Google maps.

Østerport Station is located north of the Parkmuseerne district close to Øster Anlæg park. Trains and buses are running from the station.
Find Østerport at Google maps.

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 for the best buses to pick right now.

The airport is easy to reach from Nørreport Station with the Metro line running directly to CPH Airport.

Find a citybike at Nørreport Station or Sølvtorvet square. More information at

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.

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A parking facility can be found on Israels Plads square. Limited parking is available in following streets: Stockholmsgade, Øster Voldgade, and Øster Farimagsgade. Remember the parking fee. Find info about parking at the City of Copenhagen.

Disabled access

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 Hirschsprung Collection


Find information on accessibility to venues: God Adgang


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