Book a guided tour
Get the full experience with a guided tour.
The Maritime Museum of Denmark offers guided tours during and after opening hours. It is also possible to order a guided tour in combination with wine and snacks. Contact email@example.com for more information.
We offer guided tours for schools. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact email@example.com or call us Monday – Friday between 10am – 2pm at +45 49 28 02 14.
Please book your guided tour three weeks ahead of your visit or more.
In the sailor’s footsteps
A culture historical guided tour – in English
Come on a journey through 400 years of rich maritime history. Meet the sailor, the sailor’s wife, the harbour’s colourful characters, the mechanic, the inventor, the navigator, the merchant, the consumer, those who drowned at sea, those who fought at sea and many more. Travel out on the seven seas, to foreign shores with exotic wares, and dive into the many fascinating stories related to the world of shipping.
- Duration: 60 minutes.
- Price: DKK 1000, in addition to admission price. Saturday-Sunday DKK 1300 in addition to admission price. Max 30 people.
- The first tour can start the earliest opening hours of the museum and at the latest at 3.30pm.
The award-winning architecture of the M/S Maritime Museum of Denmark
An architectural guided tour – in English
“One of 10 museums to travel to for their stunning structures,” says National Geographic of the M/S Maritime Museum of Denmark. On this guided tour you get a unique insight into the award-winning architecture of the museum. The tour takes you through the history of the spectacular museum building and behind the process of creating Denmark’s new maritime museum below ground in a dry dock. Learn about the history of the museum’s relocation from Kronborg Castle to the dock, the architectural contest, BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group’s winning proposal and the complicated construction process.
- Duration: 90 minutes.
- Price: DKK 1300 in addition to admission price. Saturday-Sunday DKK 1600 in addition to admission price. Max 30 people.
- The first tour can start at the earliest opening hours of the museum and at the latest at 3.00pm.