Information in English
Welcome to Danish Museum of Science & Technology - a heaven for the whole family!
From the first childlike fascination with technology and machines, through the contemporary critical view of technology and everyday life, to the nerdy insight into mechanics and function. The collection is the focal point of the stories from the first technical inventions to the notion of what may await in the future.
The museum is more than 100 years old and despite some of museums objects are even older, the stories continue to develop and marvel. From computers that fill half a house to the small smart phone in your pocket, there soon will be laughable slow. The world of technology is in constant motion and at the Danish Museum of Science & Technology you can come along on the tour.
10 DAYS IN SPACE - Star-studded exhibition with Andreas Mogensen’s space capsule.
May - November 2018
2 million horse power were required to send Andreas Mogensen out to space. And after 10 weightless days, he returned to Earth at 28.000 km per hour! It doesn’t get much bigger than this. Now you can join his space travels and visit the exhibition 10 DAYS IN SPACE and come up close and personal with Andreas Mogensen’s fascinating space capsule which sent him into space as the first Danish astronaut. See what it’s like to be an astronaut and experience for yourself how exhilarating it is to land in a space capsule.
Address and contact
Danish Museum of Science & Technology
Phone: +45 4922 2611
Feb. - Oct.: Tuesday - Sunday 10 am - 5 pm
Nov. - Jan.: Tuesday - Sunday 10 am - 4 pm
Closed on Mondays (except during school holidays)
Adults: 90 DKK.
Senior (65+): 80 DKK.
Student (Valid ID): 80 DKK.
Children (under 18): Free
How to get here
The museum is placed in Helsingør - a 40 min.'s drive from Copenhagen.
From Copenhagen: At the first roundabout after the motorway turn left on Støberivej and follow. Turn right at Fabriksvej and you'll have the museum on your right hand.
From Helsingør: Follow Kongevejen heading towards Copenhagen. At the first roundabout turn right on Klostermosevej and turn left on Fabriksvej at the following trafic light. After 400 meters you'll have the museum on your left hand.
By bus and train
At Helsingør Station please take bus 802 and ask the driver to stop outside "Teknisk Museum" at Fabriksvej. Please plan your journey here.