Ordrupgaard is temporarily closed, while a new extension by the Norwegian architects Snøhetta is being built. The museum will reopen in 2019.
Art Park and Art Playground Ordrupgaard
There are special opening hours, access conditions and rules for the two new works Geometry of Innocence and Tea Tree House.
Opening hours for Geometry of Innocence:
Tuesday: from 10 AM to 1 PM
Wednesday: from 10 AM to 5 PM
Thursday and Friday: from 14 PM to 5 PM
Saturday and Sunday: from 11 AM to 5 PM
Special opening by appointment: 500 DKK
Attention! The work will be closed during rain.
Access conditions and rules for Geometry of Innocence:
No kids under the age of 10 unaccompanied by an adult. No more than 15 people at a time. No running or jumping. You must stay on the paths. We kindly remind you that this is an art work – not an attraction and that access is at your own risk.
Opening hours for Tea Tree House:
Monday and Tuesday: closed.
Wednesday: from 3:30 PM to 5 PM in connection with tea ceremonies (recurring event). It is free to participate in the tea ceremonies but you will have to register in advance by sending an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject ‘Tea Ceremony’ + the date of the ceremony. Remember to inform how many people you will be participating.
Thursday to Sunday: closed.
Special opening by appointment: 500 DKK.
Access conditions and rules for Tea Tree House:
No kids under the age of 10 unaccompanied by an adult. No more than 6 people at a time. We kindly remind you that this is an art work – not an attraction, and that access is at your own risk.
While the museum is temporarily closed, the park is still open. It is always free to visit the park. The doors are open from 8 AM to 6 PM every day.
Olafur Eliasson’s Vær i vejret (Weather the Weather) will be turned off from 1st of November until 1st of April.
In the opening season Vær i vejret will be active from 1 PM to 5 PM Tuesday to Sunday (Monday closed).
Finn Juhl’s house
Adult: DKK 110
Student: DKK 100 (Wednesday 1 pm-5 pm: FREE)
Under 18 years: free
Groups of minimum 15 people: DKK 100 per person
Disabled visitor’s assistant: free
We accept the following cards
Dankort, VisaCard, MasterCard, American Express
Vilvordevej 110, DK-2920 Charlottenlund, Denmark.
Ordrupgaard is situated about 8 km from the centre of Copenhagen.
Take the S-train to Klampenborg or Lyngby Station, and then take bus 388 to Vilvordevej. It is a 2-minute walk from there to the museum, find your journey.
Take the coast railway from the central station, Nørreport or Østerport to Klampenborg, and then bus 388 to Vilvordevej.
Bus 169, 179 and 185 to Femvejen. It is a 20-minute walk down Vilvordevej from Femvejen to the museum.
All areas of the museum are accessible to disabled visitors. Both the new and the old building have ramps that enable wheelchair access everywhere in the exhibition.
An accessible toilet is located in the foyer.
Wheelchairs and folding stools can be borrowed free of charge in the foyer.
Disabled visitors may bring a companion free of charge.
Unfortunately, Finn Juhl’s house does not have wheelchair access.
Prams and pushchairs
Due to safety, prams and large pushchairs are not allowed in the museum. Small pushchairs can be borrowed at the desk in the foyer.