Guided Tours





Monday closed
Tuesday closed
Wednesday 11:00 – 18:00
Thursday 11:00 – 21:00
Friday 11:00 – 18:00
Saturday 11:00 – 18:00
Sunday 11:00 – 18:00


Special opening hours

Christ’s ascension (9th of May 2024)
Thursday 11:00 – 21:00

Pentecost holiday (19th of May – 20th of May)
Sunday 11:00 – 18:00
Monday closed

Autumn holiday (Week 42)
Monday – Tuesday closed
Wednesday – Sunday 11:00 – 18:00
Thursday 11:00 – 21:00
The workshop is open Wednesday – Sunday from 11:00 – 17:30

Christmas Holiday
23 – 26 December closed
27 – 29 December 11:00 – 18:00

31 December – 1 January closed


Refshalevej 173A, 1432 Copenhagen K
Phone: +45 29 89 80 87
The phone is open Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 10 – 11 pm
For Companies: venue for hire + meetingrooms 

Good to know before your visit

We are currently experiencing a lot visitors, which creates longer queues and extra waiting time. To avoid the waiting time, we recommend visiting us during the weekdays in the early afternoons or Thursday evenings where we are open until 9 pm.

NB: The installation Aftershock closes half an hour before CC’s closing time. Due to many guests, you may experience days when the queue is closed when you arrive. You can always get information about this upon arrival.


18+: 140 DKK
Student: 95 DKK
Groups (at least 15 people): 115 DKK
0-17: 25 DKK
Membership from dkk 25/month

(Children under 12 years of age must be accompanied by an adult)

None of the artworks require booking, but during busy hours there may be a queue.


From the 2A bus stop

Turn left in the T-junction in front of the bus stop. Turn right and walk 250 meters straight ahead. The entrance to Copenhagen Contemporary is marked with a vertical sign saying “Art Center” and two large, orange C’s.

From the harbour bus

Walk down the paved path along the pier on the same side as the harbour bus lands.
When you reach the yellow house at the end, turn right and walk to the other side of the building – then follow the parking lots and walk 250 meters on Refshalevej. The entrance to Copenhagen Contemporary is marked with a vertical sign saying “Art Center” and two large, orange C’s.

With car

It is possible to park your car on Refshaleøen. You will find the payment machine on the same side of Refshalevej as  CC’s building between the small roundabout (where bus 2A stops) and CC’s main entrance. Remember the registration number of the car when using the payment machine. 

Parking is also allowed with mobile payment via apps like Easypark and Mobilparkering. Area code: 3735.


It is possible for wheelchair users to move around freely in all of CC’s halls. In rare cases, there might be special exhibitions that unfortunately cannot be experienced in a wheelchair. Read more here:

• The art center is equipped with lifts for wheelchair users.
• Disabled toilets are available at the art center.
• It is possible to borrow a manual wheelchair. Ask at the counter.
• Visitors with disabilities can bring with them a person to help them free of charge.
• There is access to disabled parking spaces near the art center.
• Guide dogs may be brought along.
• Unfortunately, it is not possible to experience the current exhibition by James Turrell in a wheelchair.

If you have questions please do not hesitate to contact us at +45 29 89 80 87 or write to us at



Discover CC’s café Connie-Connie. On the menu are among other things line-caught fish such as sardines, tuna and squid, sandwich, cake as well as several plant-based options and a wide selection of natural wines.

The café was created in collaboration with Tableau and Ari Prasetya.

Connie-Connie is open during CC’s opening hours. For larger groups (10+) it is possible to pre-order food and drinks.

Guided tours

At CC, we take pride in presenting art in lively and inspiring ways, attaching great importance to expertise, perspective, and curiosity.

We offer several types of guided tours in all of our exhibitions.

We’ll be happy to arrange special events for you.

Learn more about guided tours here.


At CC Studio – CC’s learning centre – you’re invited to take part in playful and educational group activities based on art.

We use dialogue-based learning in all age groups – including adults. We’ve developed schemes and learning programmes aimed at institutions, young families, upper secondary education, workplaces, and other groups. Set courses including pictorial analysis and contemporary art, which you can book any time, as well as special programmes based on current exhibitions.

Learn more here.

Write to us at or call our booking centre on +45 2989 7288 if you’d like to find out more, to book, or to inform us that you’ll be coming to see an exhibition on your own.

Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have questions, ideas, and suggestions for projects we could do together.

Refshaleøen Island

Copenhagen’s new cultural district.

Refshaleøen Island is beautifully situated overlooking the water opposite Langelinie five kilometres from central Copenhagen — within easy reach by bike, boat, or bus. This is a different side of Copenhagen than the one you are likely to experience in the city center, which makes Refshaleøen a unique area giving both Copenhageners and tourists outdoor experiences and an opportunity to wind down.

Refshaleøen is a former industrial area which, from 1872 to 1996, was home to the pioneering shipyard Burmeister & Wain, popularly known as B&W. In its heyday, B&W was Denmark’s biggest workplace and, today, Refshaleøen is considered an icon in Danish industrial history. Formerly closed to the public, the island is now opening up with a wealth of new interesting cultural experiences.

Situated centrally at Refshaleøen in B&W’s iconic welding hall, CC is an international power hub in Copenhagen’s new cultural district. The special quality of this area continues to be defined by its industrial history: the area is raw and green with commanding views across Copenhagen Harbour. The district is a mix of first-class gourmet restaurants and small entrepreneurial initiatives; you can go for a dip in the sea, for a sauna, enjoy a glass of wine, and eat grilled food, buy quality bread and visit Copenhagen’s most popular food market with stalls from across the world and lounge areas by the water’s edge. Not forgetting the climbing, skating,and skiing activities, the flea market, and the theatre and music festivals, which are just some of the many activities this area has to offer.