Tel.: +45 65 370 809
Adults: DKK 50
Children (under 18): free
Students: 20% discount
Club members: free
Groups of 10 or more: 20% discount per person
June - August: Monday - Friday 11am - 5pm
September - May: Tuesday - Friday 11am - 5pm
Saturday: 10am - 2pm
There are a limited number of parking spaces by the museum, but it is possible to park by the police station in Nørregade.
Drøhse’s House is a listed building and has no lift.
It is possible for wheelchair users to visit the ground floor, where there are exhibitions, a shop and beautiful rooms. Assistance can be provided if the museum is contacted in advance. This is particularly advisable if a large group of disabled people plan to visit the museum.
The museum is accessible with a pram.
It is possible to book tours both during and outside opening hours.
An introduction lasts for about an hour and is limited to max. 25 visitors.
During opening hours on weekdays: DKK 450 + entrance fee.
During opening hours at weekends: DKK 900 + entrance fee.
Outside opening hours on weekdays: DKK 900 + entrance fee.
Outside opening hours at weekends: DKK 1,200 + entrance fee.
A brief introduction (15 minutes) to the museum exhibitions can be booked. Introductions are given only on weekdays during opening hours. Max 25 people at a time. The price is DKK 150 + entrance fee.
Food and drink
Visitors can bring their own lunch to the Lace Garden behind the house.
Free Wi-Fi is available to all museum visitors.
Dogs are not allowed inside the museum, but are welcome in the grounds if kept on a leash. Please remember to pick up after your dog. Guide and assistance dogs are welcome inside the museum.