Cultural venues in Greater Copenhagen
Throughout Greater Copenhagen you find many unique cultural venues which can also be used as venues for meetings and events. These venues are often historical buildings, museums or attractions that hold great value in the storytelling of Denmark and Copenhagen and the Danish culture.
This magnificent royal setting inspired Shakespeare to set his famous tragedy Hamlet at the castle of Elsinore. In 2000 Kronborg Castle was inscribed on UNESCO’s List of World Heritage Sites. Now, Kronborg are opening doors to a number of unique rooms, which normally are closed to the public, giving you the opportunity to utilize this unique setting for meetings, conferences and dinners.
SMK - National Gallery of Denmark
SMK - the national gallery of Denmark - is the largest art museum in the country. The museum is located in the green museum district in central Copenhagen. Their unique architectural and aesthetical frames invites for inspirational events and creative discovery.
National Museum of Denmark
The National Museum of Denmark offers conference guests a climate friendly restaurant menu. With its beautiful location on Frederiksholms Kanal and its exhibitions of more than 10,000 years of cultural history, the National Museum of Denmark can add a unique aesthetic and cultural dimension to your event.
The Royal Theatre - The Old Stage
The Old Stage of the Royal Danish Theater, located in the center of the City, is a beautiful piece of architecture from the baroque. With its decorated ceilings, golden angels and crystal chandeliers it is a perfect setting for a unique event – big or small.
It is possible to rent DR Koncerthuset for business events of every type and size. Jean Nouvel, who was also behind the award-winning Arab Institute in Paris, designed DR Koncerthuset, and the acoustics were designed by Yasuhisa Toyota, perhaps the world’s best acoustician, who also was responsible for the acoustics in the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles.
The Royal Danish Playhouse
The Royal Danish Playhouse is uniquely located by the waterfront in the middle of the city center. It holds three venues: The main stage seats 650 guests, the middle stage seats 250 guests and the small stage seats 100 guests. The foyer is spectacular with it’s enormous windows and breathtaking views.
The Royal Danish Opera
The Opera House provides the perfect setting for both substantial and more intimate events. The minimalistic and transparent foyer with Olafur Eliassons voluminous light sculptures is suitable for receptions, participant registration, breaks and break-outs during meetings in the house.
National Aquarium of Denmark
In Den Blå Planet’s unique environment, you are offered a comprehensive and customized meeting and conference program in tranquil and exciting surroundings, while offering the opportunity to experience everything from piranha infested waters to steel gray hammerhead sharks.
Royal Danish Library - The Black Diamond
Royal Danish Library – The Black Diamond - is much more than a library. The Royal Danish Library offers modern meeting and conference facilities at Slotsholmen located at the Copenhagen harbour front. As meeting- and conference guest you will arrive at an unconventional conference venue - a modern version of a library in breathtaking surroundings with room for immersion and pleasure.
Arken - Museum of Modern Art
ARKEN is one of Denmark’s newest contemporary Art museums and has beautiful modern architecture. The museum is placed on an island - like a shipwreck -surrounded by water with access via bridges. ARKEN is more than a museum packed with world-class art; it’s also a fantastic place to hold an event, a professional conference or an exclusive dinner.
Tivoli's unique venues are also available outside of their regular opening seasons. Their venues are suitable for both large conferences and small parties. Naturally, you will have extensive choice when it comes to combining your professional event with fine dining at their restaurants or with a selection of Tivoli's exciting rides and amusements.
Moltke’s Palace is a hidden gem located in the heart of Copenhagen. The mansion was built in 1702 and has since been extended in both 1878 and 1932. The historic setting has previously been a stately residence for nobles, counts, wealthy merchants, a widow queen, a prime minister, and other finer bourgeoisie.
Today, Moltke’s Palace is open for conferences, meetings, dinners, and parties. The mansion’s flexible premises have space for both smaller groups such as private dining for 8 people and larger events for up to 700 guests.