Your safety is our top priority, and as a result of the National authorities’ assessment of an increased risk of spreading coronavirus in Denmark, Copenhagen Contemporary will be closed until 10 February 2021.
Take care of each other!
18+: 100 DKK
Student/Senior/Group: 65 DKK
(Children under 12 years of age must be accompanied by an adult)
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.
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, Price per hour: 12 DKK.
An annual pass gives access to a whole year’s worth of international art at a grand scale in CC’s 7000 m2 art center.
An annual pass entitles you to:
- Free admission to Copenhagen Contemporary for a year.
- Invitations to exclusive events for members with an annual pass.
- Coffee and tea free of charge in the CC Shop.
Apart from the classic annual pass, CC now offers four different kinds of annual passes, each providing you with a whole year filled with international art on a grand scale in CC’s 7000 m2 art centre.
The annual pass 1+1 gives you free access to CC for a whole year and you can bring one extra guest free of charge. The CC Studio annual pass allows young people under 18 to bring along two adults free of charge and explore art together. We are also pleased to be able to offer particularly advantageous annual passes to seniors and students.
The annual pass is available from the CC ticket office during opening hours and is not transferable.
Copenhagen Contemporary (CC) offers guided tours for those of you who are looking for a special experience in the current exhibitions. A tour lasts about 45 minutes and is designed based on your wishes.
At CC we take pride in presenting art in ways that are engaging and inspiring with a focus on expertise, perspective and curiosity. A tour with a professional art guide brings together people and art in an encounter that leaves room for dialogue and discussion – whether you are a company, an art society, a family or a group of friends, and regardless of age. CC is a meeting place for anyone who wants to explore large-scale contemporary art. All the guides at CC have a background in the arts. They are trained artists, art historians or students of fine arts.
The CC Shop offers an inspiring selection of Danish design and art books.
In the CC Shop you will find design products from new Danish brands and creative entrepreneurs which echo contemporary trends in everything from ceramics, jewellery, and skin care to office supplies and more. Our assortment of books primarily reflects CC’s exhibiting artists, but you can also explore our wide range of art and lifestyle magazines, art publications and colourful activity and art books for the youngest members of your family.
You do not need an entrance ticket to visit our shop, so drop by if you are on the lookout for a great gift or wish to spoil yourself.
We look forward to welcoming you to the CC Shop.
Bring your lunch box – and you can experience art for even longer.
At CC we have provided a microwave, kettle and comfortable areas overlooking Refshaleøen so you can take a break and enjoy your packed lunch.
CC Kiosk is located near the entrance to CC – an obvious pit stop on your way round the exhibitions and the Refshaleøen Island. You can buy lunch from Cofoco, draught beer, drinks, snacks for the children, and even fortune cookies and weird and wonderful merchandise from David Shrigley’s exhibition.
You don’t need to pay admission to shop in the kiosk.
The CC Kiosk is open Monday to Friday from 11.00–17.30 and Thursdays from 11.00–20.30.
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.