With a unique location in Copenhagen’s historic centre, near tourist attractions, the harbour boats, design companies and galleries, Designmuseum Danmark is a working archive and the entrance to Denmark as a design destination.
Since 1926, Designmuseum Danmark has been housed in one of Copenhagen’s finest rococo buildings, the former Royal Frederik’s Hospital. Today you get the chance to experience one of the world’s largest collections of Danish design, counting works by Finn Juhl, Arne Jacobsen, Poul Kjærholm, Verner Panton and Hans Wegner.
Wheel chair users has access to the main floor of the museum, and has access to the exhibitions, the café, shop and library. Unfortunately, there is no elevator to the first floor, where the conference facilities, assembly hall, the porcelain collection and poster collection are located. The museum has a light wheelchair available for loan and assistants to wheelchair users receive free admission. There is a wheelchair accessible restroom located on the main floor next to the main entrance.
Parking for vehicles designed for wheelchairs is allowed with a special permission sign, which can be obtained from the ticket sales area in the museum.
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