The Night of Culture in Copenhagen
On 15 October more than 200 museums, galleries, political institutions and other venues all over Copenhagen and Frederiksberg will open their doors to expose the hidden sides of the city’s cultural landscape.
Versatile Copenhagen Culture
“The whole city is an integral part of The Night of Culture,” says project manager Marie Myschetzky from Kulturnatten.
She adds: “The range of cultural institutions – some of which are only open to the public on this particular night – mirrors how versatile Copenhagen culture is.”
Classic & Popular or New & Different
You may join the classical (read: Most popular) events such as going through Rosenberg Castle with a flash light and pancakes at the City Hall.
Or you may go for the new, different workshops like making your own police badge or enjoy street parcour.
A Night at the Zoo or Ecological Inspiration
Our local ‘hood Frederiksberg hosts some of the most interesting events such as Nature Night at Copenhagen Zoo, where you see the animals at night and watch the carnivores being fed. Great for kids with a strong stomach.
Or The Ecological Inspiration House in Allégade, which represents a number of ecological initiatives like solar cells, recycling of building materials and compost toilets. Probably more for adults, and a strong stomach may still be needed …
Night of Culture Pass and More Information
If you buy a Night of Culture Pass for 85 kroner (approximately 12 €) you get free admission as well as free access to public transportation from 5 pm to 5 am.
Find more information about the Night of Culture Pass and see the entire programme at Kulturnatten.dk.