Plan your visit
|Children (under 18 )
|Groups of +10 people
Feb. – Oct.: Tuesday – Sunday 10 am – 5 pm
Nov. – Jan.: Tuesday – Sunday 10 am – 4 pm
Closed on 23.-26. of December 2022 and 31. December – 2. of January 2023
Closed on Mondays (except during school holidays)
ATTENTION! The larger exhibition halls are not heated. Therefore, remember to bring warm clothes, especially during winter.
Café and shop
The café and shop are located by the museums entrance. In the café you can buy snacks, food and beverages. In the shop you find souvenirs, toys, and books connected to the world of science and technology.
It is not allowed to eat your own food inside the café, however, you may eat it at the benches outside.
We love dogs but we also handle foods. Therefore, dogs are not allowed indoor, but they are welcome in the museum’s outdoor facilities. Remember to pick up after you dog.
Guide dogs and service dogs are allowed indoor.
Most exhibitions are accessible by wheelchair. However, a small number are only accessible via stairs. This includes a part of the rescue vehicle exhibition, the Ellehammer exhibition and the large airliners.
Disability parking is found by the museum entrance and an accessible toilet is located next to the café.
You can borrow wheelchairs at the museum. For more information, please contact us on arrival.
It is possible to bring baby carriages or strollers with you into the museum.
Buy your SOLO- or DUO annual card at the entrance.
- Teknisk Museums Venner
- Zone Redningskorpsets Venner
- Copenhagen Card
- Press card
- Lærerforeningerne matematik, fysik og kemi
We accept Danish disability cards, which means free entrance for the accompanying guest. The user must pay entrance. Please provide a disability card from DSB or the Danish Blindesamfund.
20 % discount with valid membershipcard / ID
Private and business events
At the museum we have different options for private and business events like guided tours, lunches, and birthday parties.
Contact Anne Johansen at email@example.com for more information.
Schools and institutions
Schools and child institutions are welcome to visit the museum on their own – you do not need to book a time beforehand, and it is free for both teachers and children in most cases.
Contact our Skoletjeneste (teaching unit) for more information on teaching lessons at firstname.lastname@example.org.