From March 16 – 26, Kunsthal Charlottenborg will provide the setting for the documentary film festival CPH:DOX. During the festival, we will be open every day from 10 am – 10 pm during which time it will be possible to see the exhibition Welcome Too Late, opening Friday March 17 at 6pm. Some days Kunsthallen may be open longer in connection with special events.
Regular opening hours:
Tuesday-Sunday 11am – 5pm
Wednesday 11am – 8pm
During CPH:DOX, March 16-26, admission to Kunsthallen and our exhibition Welcome Too Late will be free. There will be an entrance fee to most film screenings and other events at CPH:DOX. CPH:DOX handle ticket sale to all events during the festival. Tickets can be bought on CPH:DOXs website or at Kunsthal Charlottenborg.
Adults 60 DKK
Students / seniors 40 DKK
Groups (minimum 10 people) 40 DKK
Children under 16 years free
Wednesday free admission efter 5pm
Annual Card 150 DKK (An annual Card gives you free admission and 10% when buying Kunsthal Charlottenborg’s publications)
Politiken Plus: 25% discount on admission
Free admission for Copenhagen Card Holders
Charlottenborg has a lift and toilets for disabled persons.
You are allowed to take photos without flash, but for non-commercial use only. For professional photos with flash you need permission from the administration at Kunsthal Charlottenborg. Permission is granted for the press by showing press id. We take no responsibility for copyright law permissions between artist and photographer. All pictures on our website © Kunsthal Charlottenborg.
At Kunsthal Charlotteborg we are pleased to arrange guided tours for groups, companies, classes and others of interest during our normal opening hours.
Guided tours for groups
Tuesday – Friday: 600 DKK
Weekends and holidays: 700 DKK
School classes: 450 DKK
For further information please contact Mia Flindt, Event Coordinator
email@example.com – 3374 4681
Kunsthal Charlottenborg is one of the largest and most beautiful exhibition spaces for contemporary art in Northern Europe. The exhibition space is housed in a Dutch baroque palace, which is an addition to the historic Charlottenborg Palace. Read more about Kunsthal Charlottenborg and Charlottenborg Castle.