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The exhibition consists of five themes marked with different colours at this map. Red: the theme Arrivals. Beige: the theme Standpoints. Green: the theme Traditions. Yellow: the theme Promised lands. Blue: the theme Mitzvah (The Danish Jewish Museum).
The exhibition consists of five themes marked with different colours at this map. Red: the theme Arrivals. Beige: the theme Standpoints. Green: the theme Traditions. Yellow: the theme Promised lands. Blue: the theme Mitzvah (The Danish Jewish Museum).
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Authorised guides

As an authorised guide, you are free to conduct tours of the Danish Jewish Museum on your own.


You can bring groups within the opening hours of the museum, but you cannot be sure that there will be room for the whole group. No more than 70 people may be inside the museum at any time.

However, you also have the possibility to reserve time for groups outside opening hours. The group pays an entrance fee of 40 DKK for each member. Groups must have at least 15 and no more than 25 members. Smaller groups are also welcome, but must still pay the entrance fee for 15 people to pay for the museum’s administration costs. A fee of 250 DKK for guard and a 100 DKK administration fee is added. 

Download our material with further information about the museum, the architecture and the exhibition: 
Information for authorised guides [pdf]

To book a time slot for a tour, please contact the museum: info@jewmus.dk, tel. 3311 2218.

An overview of the exhibition

The exhibition Space and Spaciousness – an exhibition about Jews in Denmark consists of five parts:
Arrivals: about immigration history
Standpoints: about identities
Traditions: about upholding traditions
Promised lands: about Danish identity and the wish to go abroad
Mitzvah: about the rescue of the Danish Jews in October 1943.

You can read more about the themes of the exhibition here. The museum’s folders for the exhibition are sold in the museum shop.

Space and spaciousness

- an exhibition about Jews in Denmark

The exhibition is a broad story of Jewish life in Denmark and focuses on co-exixstence and indentity through 400 years. Read more...

Openings hours

Special opening hours
31. oktober 2013 - 31. maj 2014

Tuesday to Friday: 12 noon - 5 pm
Saturday and Sunday: 10 am - 5 pm
Monday closed