Corona - Worth Knowing before Your Visit

The Natural History Museum of Denmark, the Zoological Museum and the Palm House are now open again after the winter closing. We look forward to you visit again. We follow the instructions of the authorities at all times to ensure you a safe visit.

Corona pass


You have to show a valid corona pass to visit the museums and the Palm House. A pass is also needed for indoor guided tours as well as  for participation in our science talks Wine & Science.

The corona pass is also necessary for visits to the museum café 'Ricco's Kaffebar'.

You must be prepared to show ID if you use other forms of corona pass documentation than the Danish health authorities' app 'MinSundhed' or the Ministry of Health's app 'Coronapas', which you can download via App Store or Google Play.

Children under the age of 15 are exempt from showing a corona pass.

 

Face masks


You must wear a face mask or a visor when visiting the museums and the Palm House. This also applies in the shops.

Face mask or visor is also required when visiting the museum café 'Ricco's Kaffebar' as well as for indoor guided tours, events and science talks - except when sitting down.

Children under the age of 12 are exempt from using face masks.

 

Tickets and annual cards


PRE-BOOKED TICKETS

If you have bought a ticket to the Natural History Museum of Denmark with a time slot during the closing period, the ticket is valid for a year from the date of purchase. We have reached out to you by e-mail with further information, including the possibility of refunds.