Have your conference or meeting at M/S Maritime Museum of Denmark
The museum offers unique settings for conferences, events and meetings.
We custormize your event – whether it is a smaller meeting or an event for 800 guests.
All conferences at M/S Maritime Museum of Denmark include entrance to the museum’s exhibitions and other facilities.
If you have any questions about conferences please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com
We have following rooms suitable for conferences and meetings:
- The Kronborg Bridge has space for 159 seated guests. Denmark’s most beautiful auditorium – a floating deck stretched out between the walls of the dry dock.
- M/S Café has space for 120 seated guests. High ceilings, raw walls with a view and direct access to the dock. Ideal for dinners, Christmas parties or a reception.
- The Blue Room has space for 48 seated guests. The perfect meeting room with amazing light and clean lines. Direct view and access to the dock.
- Small meeting room has space for 24 seated guests. Direct view and access to the dock.
- Exhibition space ‘Navigation’ has space for 250 seated guests. Have dinner directly in history. Let the beautiful displays, historical objects and giant film projections form the settings of your event.
Host your conference, wedding, gala dinner or reception in our prize-winning exhibitions. Beautiful displays, historical objects and giant film projections form the settings of an event beyond the usual.
Book a guided tour
We offer different guided tours for all kinds of events, so you can get a full experience of the museum.
Meeting (one day) with lunch 525 DKK per person + VAT.
Includes: renting of room, technical equipment and assistance, morning coffee and breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea/coffee and cake.
Nordic gourmet cooking
We collaborate with some of Denmark’s best chefs to deliver top quality company menus. When you book your event at the museum, you have the opportunity to choose the following company concept for your conference or event:
Copenhagen Gourmet delivers classic dishes and seasonal delights. Kasper Rune Sørensen is behind Copenhagen Gourmet and has been chef at some of Denmark’s best restaurants – for example at his own Restaurant Nouveau and at the former two-star Michelin restaurant Kommandanten.
Nabo is inspired by Bornholm and the Nordic cuisine. Nabo is relaxed with simple Nordic dishes, and prices also fit on a Tuesday. Theis Brydegaard is the chef at Nabo and has previously been at the front of the Michelin restaurant Kadeau.
Mundverk is tasty classics with a Nordic twist – at a very reasonable price. The three partners in Mundverk; Jacob Nielsen, Clement Nielsen and Nicolai Byrholt have operated a hotel in France and Restaurant Jacobsen in Klampenborg, and are in charge of the operation of Klint – the café at Designmuseum Denmark, just as they have recently opened Restaurant Hestkøbgaard. The three partners come from prominent places like Sommelier, Søllerød Kro, Alberto K and AOC.