A Walk Through Time: Copenhagen’s Architecture

Apr 01 2020 13:30 - Dec 27 2020 15:00

Tickets Free - DKK 150.00

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Explore some of Copenhagen’s most iconic historic and contemporary architectural landmarks.

Travel through time with the Danish Architecture Center (DAC) on this perfect introduction to Copenhagen’s past, present, and future. Through the inner city and along a bustling harbor, DAC Guides share the stories behind the city’s history, culture, art, people, and architecture. From the 1700s to the present day – each stop on the tour explores a different century. Through quiet parks and lively public plazas, we’ll discover famous national icons and also reveal those hidden in plain sight. 

Our tour begins at BLOX, new home of the Danish Architecture Center (OMA, 2018). We’ll also visit the brightly colored, postcard-famous houses at Nyhavn, as well as Christiansborg Palace – home of the Danish parliament; Magasin du Nord department store; the Royal Danish Theater; and the National Bank of Denmark designed by famed Danish modernist Arne Jacobsen. 

Practical Info

All tour tickets include free entrance to DAC and our current exhibitions.

Meet: Danish Architecture Center Welcome desk, Bryghuspladsen 10
Tour ends: Danish Architecture Center


Children under 18 are free, but please book a ticket. Max. 2 children per adult. 

Bringing a group to Copenhagen?

This tour is also available on the day/time of your choice for private groups. Get started by requesting a reservation.

3.600 DKK (includes VAT) for up to 20 people. Group rate includes entrance to DAC’s current exhibitions on the day of the tour. Special discounts for tour operators and universities.

Photo: Kontraframe

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Dansk Arkitektur Center (DAC) er Danmarks nationale center for udvikling og formidling af viden om arkitektur, byggeri og byudvikling.