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Arkitektur af Daniel Libeskind i museets permanente udstilling. Foto: Bitter+Bredt.
Arkitektur af Daniel Libeskind i museets permanente udstilling. Foto: Bitter+Bredt.
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Kulturnatten 2010, hvor temaet var Øresund i lys og lyd (Dansk Jødisk Museum).
Kulturnatten 2010, hvor temaet var Øresund i lys og lyd (Dansk Jødisk Museum).
Med Copenhagen Card får du fri entré til museet.
Med Copenhagen Card får du fri entré til museet.
Med et Copenhagen City Pass får du fri adgang til Dansk Jødisk Museum.
Med et Copenhagen City Pass får du fri adgang til Dansk Jødisk Museum.

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Opening hours

We greatly look forward to welcoming our visitors again.

To limit the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), we have introduced new safety measures to ensure you can visit The Danish Jewish Museum with confidence. Read about the guidelines here.

Summer 
(June 1. - 31 of August)
Tuesday to Sunday: 10 am - 5 pm
Monday closed

Winter
(1 september - 31. may)
Tuesday - friday: 1 pm - 4 pm
Saturday and Sunday: 12 noon - 5 pm
Monday closed

The museum is open from 12 noon - 5 pm on the following holidays: Maundy Thursday, Long Friday, Easter Monday, Great Prayer Day, Ascension Day,  Pentecost including the seconday day of Pentecost and 26th of December. 

Admission fee

Adults: DKK 60 
Students & seniors (65+): DKK 50 
Children and youths up to 18 years: Free admission
Group discount: DKK 50 per person (15 persons or more)
Entreens is free with Copenhagen City Pass or cOPENhagen Card 

Small strollers are welcome in the exhibition, prams can be parked in the shop.

The museum is closed on:

24th, 25th, 31st of December 2020 & January 1st 2021

A cup of coffee?
As a special service to the guests on Slotsholmen, cafées and restaurants in the area offers a 10 % discount when you present a tickett from The Danish Jewish Museum or from the other museums on Slotsholmen. 


See a full list of where you can get a discount [pdf]

Space and spaciousness

- an exhibition about Jews in Denmark

The exhibition is a broad story of Jewish life in Denmark and focuses on co-exixstence and indentity through 400 years. Read more...

Openings hours

September - May:
Tuesday - Friday: 13 - 16
Saturday - Sunday: 12 - 17
Monday closed

June - August
Tuesday - Sunday: 10-17
Monday closed