Plan your visit to Møntergården
Tickets to Møntergården
21/4 – 30/12 2021
Adult: 100 dkk.
Groups (min. 20 pers.) : 90 dkk.
Children (age 0-17) : Free
Hours of Opening
21 April – 14 June
Tuesday – Sunday 10-16
Closed on Monday (open 24/5)
15 June – 31 August
Monday – Sunday 10-17
1 SEPTEMBER – 15 SEPTEMBER
Monday – Sunday 10-16
16 September – 30 december
Tuesday – Sunday 10-16
Closed on Mondays
Please note: We are open all days in week 42, 10-16.
We are closed on: 21/12, 25/12, 31/12, and January 1st.
3 in 1-Ticket
This ticket gives access to Møntergården, Pernille Lykkes Boder, Histotoriet and the Children’s Backyard.
From July 1st you can buy a ticket for H.C. Andersen’s House, which will include entrance at Møntergården. Read more about it here.
Please note: Without the COVID-19 documentation access to the museum is not possible.
COVID-19 documentation requirements:
In order to visit the museum, the Danish authorities require that all visitors over the age of 16 must present documentation of vaccine, immunity or a negative test that is less than 96 hours old.
We can ask you to present your ID with the test. It can be a driver’s license, passport or other ID. Children under the age of 16 do not have to present documentation for a negative test.
- Keep a safe distance to people, wash your hands often or use hand sanitizer and cough or sneeze into your sleeve.
- Please pay attention before entering a gateway or a narrow path.
- Please contact our staff if you have any questions.
We hold additional activities at weekends. To keep track, keep an eye on this page or follow us on Facebook.
How to find us
By car: Find your way to the museum here.
By bus: The buses stop in Hans Mules Gade. Route.
By train: The museum is about 10 minutes’ walk from Odense Railway Station. Route (Danish Only)
Car Parks: There are a number of car parks in Odense city centre.
NB: You pay to park in city centre car parks. Due to construction work, the number of parking spaces is very limited. To find the nearest car park, check out Odense Rundt (Danish Only)
The new exhibition building that houses the “Funen – Centre of the Universe” exhibition, ticket office and museum shop is accessible to all. There are lifts and accessible toilet facilities.
The historical and preserved buildings are not easily accessible for the disabled. There are many stairs and poor access conditions.
Personal care assistants at work get free admission to Møntergården.
We regret that prams/pushchairs are not permitted in the exhibitions.
Food and drink
You are welcome to bring a picnic lunch and buy coffee, tea and water at the ticket office. You are also welcome to take a break and eat in any of Møntergården’s charming courtyards or in the little wooden hut.
You may not bring rucksacks or large bags into the museum. You are welcome to use the lockers in the basement. There is a cloakroom at the Histotorium. *Please note: Shoes must not be worn in the Histotorium. Blue overshoes are available at the entrance.
Møntergården is a no-smoking area.
We regret that pets are not allowed in the museum. Assistance dogs are welcome.
A guided tour is often the best way to visit the museum. Allow our tour guides to inspire your exciting day at the museum.
We offer guided tours of all the exhibitions at Møntergården.
General guided tour:
- Cost: 550 dkk + entrance fee
- The tour takes about 45 min.
- We allow a maximum of 25 persons in each group.
Guided tour by Curator:
- Cost: 2,000 dkk + entrance fee.
- The tour takes about 60 min.
Out of hours
We can by agreement open the museum and make guided tours outside the museum’s normal hours of opening.
- Price for 1 hour: 1,500 DKK + entrance fees.
- Each subsequent hour: 800 DKK
*If you cancel the booking of a guided tour or out-of-hours opening within 24 hours of the agreed time, the full amount will be charged.
Information & Booking
+45 6551 4601
Monday – Thursday 9-15
Our charming courtyards are ideal spots to take a break between exhibitions and to enjoy a bite to eat or a cup of coffee.
Do you want more?
Discover the history
of Funen in
The Funen Village
In the 19th century, most Danes lived in half-timbered farmhouses in rural villages. They lived off the land. The farm and the rural village were the setting for the lives of people who were self-sufficient. Families worked together.
Discover the living history of Funen. The Funen Village is an authentic open-air experience where the past meets the present at an exhibition that tickles all your senses.
*The Funen Village is part of Odense City Museums.
On average, it takes a family
with small children 3 hours to visit Møntergården