Welcome to the museum
NOTE: The Museum of Danish Resistance is open again
We are looking forward to seeing you again.
It is safe to visit the museum - read our COVID-19 contingency plan
The Museum of Danish Resistance tells the story about the Danish resistance during the German occupation of Denmark 1940 – 1945.
Go underground and enter the occupation years in Denmark. Through different scenes from the five years of war you will discover how the German occupation affected the Danish population and how the resistance movement began.
Five historical main characters will tell their stories about the difficult choices and dilemmas they faced.
You will get the opportunity to try to print illegal magazines, tap phone conversations and decode the codes of the Germans.
Visit the museum
How do I find the museum? Can I bring my own food? And what if I want to book a guided tour? Find the answers to your questions here.
Book a group tour at the museum
Spend the family birthday, the next company outing or another social arrangement at the museum and book a group tour.
Opening hours and admission
May-August: Every day 10-17
September - December: Tuesday-Sunday 10-17
Note: The museum is closed Thursday September 30
Adult: DKK 95
Adult together with a child DKK 85
Children under 18 years free
Please read our COVID-19 guidelines before visiting the museum
We recommend to purchase tickets in advance to avoid queueing