Booking site only available in Danish
School groups of all ages, institutions, kindergartens and the like are always very welcome to visit the museum.
For Danish schools operating under the Danish school system, we have a discounted price. See more and book below.
For schools from abroad, tickets can be bought here: Visit the Museum – University of Copenhagen (ku.dk)
All school groups for the discounted school price (for schools operating under the Danish School system only) need to book their visit in advance.
- Deadline for school bookings are 7 days in advance
- All available time slots are up for bookings first come, first serve
- We only offer time slots for school bookings for the nearest future
Book your school visit by the boxes below.
*Please note that our museum have several visitor addresses. Please check which exhibitions we have on display at which addresses here, before booking.
School discounted entry fee/price:
15 DKK per student for institutions and elementary schools. - Payment for a minimum of 8 students.
25 DKK per student for high schools. - Payment for a minimum of 8 students.
Students from higher educations follow our student discounted prices, find them here.
A maximum of 1 teacher/pedagogue per 8 students can accompany the class free of charge, Further teachers/pedagogues pay normal guest entry fee.
Payment method is cash, card or EAN-invoice.
For EAN, bring the following information to be able to fill out the form at the museum counter: School name, att. person at the school, school adress, school phonenumber, EAN and/or CVR number for the school.
Note that you can print teaching materials (in danish) to use on your own at the museum or in the botanical garden.
We also offer E-learning in english.
Find it all by the boxes below.
For high school students:
The DNA & life educational program is based on one of the newest DNA methods for examining biodiversity. DNA & life is a unique citizen science project where high school students map selected fresh water animals in Denmark by analyzing environmental DNA (or eDNA) collected in fresh water.
Read more and book by the box below.