Practical information before your visit

See opening hours, admission fees and important practical information.

Opening hours
Monday: CLOSED
Tuesday: 10.00 – 17.00
Wednesday: 10.00 – 20.00
Thursday: 10.00 – 17.00
Friday: 10.00 – 17.00
Saturday: 10.00 – 17.00
Sunday: 10.00 – 16.00

Bank Holidays: 10.00 – 16.00

The Café opens at 11:00 on weekdays and at 10:00 on weekends

24th-26th December, 31st December, and 1st January: CLOSED

Admission Fees
Under 18: No charge
Adults (including senior citizens): 125 DKK
Under 30 years: 105 DKK
Retiree: 105 DKK
Groups (more than 10 people): Adults: 105 DKK / Under 30 years and retiree: 95 DKK

Private guided tours (1 hour)
Weekdays before 17:00 (tour to be finished before 17:00): 1000 DKK + admission fee
Wednesdays after 17:00: 1200 DKK + admission fee
Weekends: 1200 DKK + admission fee
For booking of a guided tour, please contact us at kontakt@konmuseum.dk

Service
Large bags are not allowed in the exhibitions, but you will find lockers in the cloakroom. There is a lift to the second and third floor, and on each floor you will find light-weight folding chairs, which you are welcome to use during your visit.

Please note, that prams and strollers are not allowed in the museum, but they can be parked safely by the entrance.

For larger groups, please notify us ahead of your visit at kontakt@konmuseum.dk

Payment methods
Visa, Visa Electron, MasterCard, Maestro and DKK

Free Admission
Under 18
ICOM card holders
Museum card holders
Museology students
Press card holders
Refugees


How to find KØN – Gender Museum Denmark
KØN is situated in the heart of Aarhus right next to the Aarhus Cathedral. The museum is a mere 5 minute walk from Busgaden which functions as a bus junction in the city centre.


How to find your way around KØN – Gender Museum Denmark
Get a map of the museum here.

Parking
There are many parking facilities close to the museum (by Dokk1, Navitas, the Aarhus Cathedral, and Magasin department store).

You will find parking for disabled citizens in front of the Hotel Royal, across from the Cathedral.