HALF PRICE – EXTRA HOURS
We offer a 50% DISCOUNT on admissions until 9 August. (Children and Youngsters up to 18 are free). Please note, that you must book timeslot before your visit. FOR MORE INFO
Our extra generous summer hours are:
Tue – Sat 11-23, Sun 11-18, Monday closed
BOOK TIME SLOTS BUY TICKETS
Louisiana has introduced a policy of assigning time slots for your arrival. We have done so in order to avoid long queues by the entrance and ensure that the number of guests is spread out evenly throughout the day. There are currently many visitors, therefore we recommend arriving afternoon/evening if possible. Time slots are free of charge. Note that the time selected indicates only the interval in which your visit starts. You can stay as long as you like.
HOW IT WORKS:
- First, select the date and time for your visit on the calendar. The calendar is the first green box saying "vælg først dato/ tid her til: timeslot". At this point, you have probably noticed that the booking system is currently only in Danish. We are working on an English version at the moment and are sorry for the inconvenience.
- After choosing the date and time, you can add the desired number of time slots with the relevant tickets to the basket. If you already have tickets or membership, please select "Timeslot + Fri". If you need an entrance ticket with your time slot select "Timeslot + Entrebillet". If you're a member and bringing a guest select "Timeslot + Gæstebillet" and if you're a student please select "Timeslot + Studiebillet".
- Fill in the delivery address. The timeslots and tickets will be sent to the specified email address.
- Proceed to completion/payment. A payment window will appear if you have selected the admission ticket.
Thank you for your patience and please note you are naturally able to buy tickets and reserve time slots directly at the museum. We look forward to your visit. If you come by train, you must also remember to purchase a seat ticket for the Coastal Railway before starting your journey.
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