Zoological Museum (the Natural History Museum of Denmark)

Travel through time and experience Denmark's animal life from the past to the present at Zoological Museum in Copenhagen. Take a walk among mammoths, woolly-haired rhinos, steppe bison, and giant deer once native to Denmark. At the room, Magasinet, you can touch the stuffed animals and the skeletons.

Evolution is Denmark's largest ever exhibition on Darwin and evolution. The exhibition at Zoological Museum explores one of life's biggest questions-the origin of the millions of species on Earth.

Charles Darwin's path to his revolutionary theory guides you through a multitude of animals, skeletons, fossils, and the lines which connect all living organisms and have done so for millions of years.

The exhibition continues where Darwin had to end his quest and you will be brought up-to-date with the discoveries made by science since Darwin's time, and which time and time again have proven his theory right.

The museum has several exhibitions all year around. Get an overview at their website.

After a tour through the museum, you can visit the museum's shop or have a drink at the café.

Opening hours
01/01/2013 - 31/12/2020 Tuesday - Sunday 10:00 - 17:00
Admission Price
Adults
95.00 DKK
Children (3-16)
50.00 DKK
Copenhagen Card
Free

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Universitetsparken 15
2100 København Ø

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+45 3532 2222

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+45 3532 1010

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    Longitude : 12.559646
    Latitude : 55.702571

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