Accessible attractions in Copenhagen
Do you need a little help finding out which attractions have good accessibility? Below, you will find a guide to wheelchair-friendly attractions and experiences in Copenhagen.
There are plenty of attractions and museums with accessibility for wheelchair users, too. The majority of attractions and museums even have free wheelchairs to borrow for the visit.
Please note that there may be limited access to a few of the rooms/exhibitions at some museums. We encourage you to have a further look at their website for an overview.
Be aware, that for a visit to Christiansborg Castle you must contact them beforehand to inform them of the need to bring a wheelchair.
Amalienborg Palace The Royal Danish Collections
Amalienborg Palace is a must for anyone with a taste for royal history and the life of Denmark’s royal family who still resides inside the palace.
Experience royal history at the museum and sense the...
The magnificent halls and rooms at Christiansborg Palace are used by the Royal Family to carry out their official duties. Explore the history of the impressive halls, the decor and the ar...
Frederiksborg Castle - 500 Years of Danish History at the Museum of National History
Frederiksborg Castle in Hillerød is a fairy tale-like experience that no children or adults should miss. The beautiful Renaissance castle is built on three small islands in the Castle Lake, where the ...
Frilandsmuseet / Open Air Museum
Old Denmark – Open Air Museum is one of the oldest and largest open-air museums in the world, where you can experience farms, cottages, and mills from Denmark, Sweden, and the Faroe Islands. Each buil...
The National Museum of Denmark
The entire history of Denmark comes to life at the National Museum
Meet the Vikings in the era of the raids
In the National Museum's new, critically acclaimed Viking exhibition "The Raid", you come cl...