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During the next couple of months we are building a new entrance to the museum – but we are still open. Access to the museum is via a staircase.
Baby carriages/wheelchairs can be locked to the fence outside the museum or carried down the staircase.
Sorry for the inconvenience.

 

Bring the family

The M/S Maritime Museum of Denmark is also for families with children

The M/S Maritime Museum of Denmark is not just for adults – interactive games, temporary tattoo stands and fascinating exhibitions ensure that children have a great experience at the museum.

The interactive exhibits, the beautiful surroundings and facilities make the museum the perfect day out for the whole family. The underground museum offers great experiences for all ages – both during the school holidays and also on normal working days.

Free entry

Remember that children and young people under 18 get free entry to the M/S Maritime Museum of Denmark.

Draw your own sailor tattoo

The award-winning exhibitions at M/S Maritime Museum of Denmark focus on interactivity. Temporary tattoo stands, where you can get your own sailor tattoo, are a big hit with children.

Play against each other

The museum also offers several games along the way, where both children and adults can channel their inner sailor – both in 1700 and in 2016. The “Tea Time – The First Globalisation” exhibition includes a trading game where you can use a logbook to compete against other visitors at the museum. The aim is to sell, buy and sail.

Live world map and shipping games

Take your experiences of merchant shipping in the 1700s with you to the exhibition on shipping today. Here there is also a trading game – but this time it is your skills as a modern shipping executive that are put to the test. The aim is to sail raw materials between the different continents. It can all be followed on a large live world map, where you also have an overview of ships that sail for Danish shipping companies.

“AN AMAZING EXPERIENCE – ALSO FROM AN ARCHITECTURAL PERSPECTIVE. IT’S NOT HARD TO HAVE THREE GENERATIONS TOGETHER HERE – QUITE THE CONTRARY, IN FACT.”

– Museum visitor

 

Strollers and prams

Strollers and prams are very welcome at the M/S Maritime Museum of Denmark. Using the elevators, it is possible to get around the whole museum and outside with strollers and prams.

Changing facilities and breastfeeding

Very young children are also welcome at the museum. The M/S Café toilets and the toilets at the entrance have baby changing facilities and you are allowed to breastfeed anywhere in the museum.

Food

In the museum’s café there is a children’s menu and highchairs for children. Packed lunch can be enjoyed outdoors in the museum’s dock or indoors in the museum’s classroom if it is not in use.

Café

The museum café offers the most beautiful underground view in Denmark.

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Shop

The shop M/S Cargo sells products that challenge all five senses through shapes, colours, smells, sounds, and taste.

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Practical info

Good to know before your visit.

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