The Natural History Museum of Denmark is closed until further notice
Updated 6 April 2020
The Natural History Museum of Denmark, including the Geological Museum, the Zoological Museum, the Palm House and the Botanical Garden, will be closed from Friday 13 March and until Sunday 10 May 2020.
This happens based on the Danish government’s declaration that all public cultural institutions are to close down to minimise the spread of the corona virus (COVID-19) in Denmark.
We follow the authorities' instructions closely and will keep this page updated.
Cancellation of events
The closing down of the Natural History Museum of Denmark also means that all events which should have taken place up until 10 May have been canceled:
- Jorden Kalder: En opskrift på fremtiden (10 March)
- Vin & Videnskab: Rusmidler og videnskab (11 March)
- Vin & Videnskab: August Krogh og H. C. Ørsted (18 March)
- Guided tour in the Botanical Garden (19 March, 29 March, 1 April, 9 April, 26 April, 30 April and 6 May)
- Guided tour at the Zoological Museum (19 March and 23 April)
- Family guided tour at the Zoological Museum (21 March, 25 April and 9 May)
- Vin & Videnskab: Mars 2020 (25 March)
- Vin & Videnskab: The dinosaurs rediscovered (15 April)
- Jorden kalder: Vi tager temperaturen på Arktis (16 April)
- Vin & Videnskab: Danmarks vilde pattedyr (29 April)
- Jorden kalder: Danmark - duks eller skurk når det kommer til klima og bæredygtighed? (5 May)
- CPH:DOX 2020 - We Are as Gods - filmfremvisning og debat på museet
- Children's birthday parties at the Zoological Museum
If you have tickets for an event that is canceled, you will be notified via an e-mail from Billetto, and your money will automatically be refunded. You don't need to do anything.