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+45 2096 9342

Give us a call Monday – Friday between 10:00 – 14:00 (GMT +1)


Need more information on bringing your group to DAC? We have answers in the FAQ!

DAC’s competent and enthusiastic guides provide a local perspective on this city known for livability and innovative buildings.

Our guides’ deep knowledge and storytelling skills give your group or study trip a glimpse into Denmark’s rich design culture. As a non-profit organization, DAC is Denmark’s forum for architecture, design, and urban culture. It’s our mission to share architecture – and start a dialogue about what makes a livable and lovable city – with visitors like you!



  • All walking and boat group tours include admission to DAC’s permanent and rotating exhibitions on architecture, design, and urban planning.
  • Flexible tour departure times and dates to meet your group’s unique needs.
  • Tours available in English and Danish

Get started

Step 1

Choose your private group tour.

Step 2

Request a reservation. Share a few details about your group with us and we’ll follow up with you soon.


  • 2.200 DKK for up to 10 people.*
  • 4.400 DKK for up to 20 people.*
  • (including VAT)
  • Group rate includes entrance to DAC’s current exhibitions on the day of the tour.

*The harbor tour is excluded.

Visiting by yourself or with a friend?

Explore our year-round public tours – we have tours every week.

Frequently Asked Questions – FAQ

Who leads DAC architecture tours?

As a guide in DAC, you go through a training course where you are properly equipped to handle the task as a guide. All DACs guides are professionally qualified, competent, and dedicated professionals – typically students within architecture, design, and urban development, who are themselves a part of the city’s life. Typically, DAC’s guides are master’s level students and multilingual.

All DAC’s guides are handpicked, and each one has special knowledge, a background, an interest or something else that precisely makes them competent ambassadors of the story of the city for both the Danish and the international audience.

Get started / Languages / Pricing / Contracts

How do I get started in requesting a reservation for a group tour?
Complete the reservation request form to share a few details about your group with us – which tours you are interested in, the size of your group, requested dates and times, and your contact information. We’ll follow up with you by email as soon as possible.

Is admission to DAC exhibitions included in my group tour pricing?
Yes! All private group tours – anywhere in the city – include entrance to DAC’s exhibitions on the day of your tour. Groups must come together and bring along a copy of the tour contract for admission.

When can tours be arranged?
Anytime you wish. Group tours can be arranged all year round, during the week or weekends, and during the day or evening.

In what languages are group tours available?
We offer all tours in both English and Danish. And if your group has your own interpreter, our Guides can work with them for simultaneous translation. For more information email

How far ahead do I need to make a group tour reservation?
We need at least 3 weeks in advance to ensure the specific tour, date, and time of your choice.

What are the cancellation and refund policies?

Walks: 7 days before the start of the tour for a full refund. If the trip is cancelled less than 7 days before the start of the tour, the trip will be invoiced with 50% of the price.

Bicycle tours: 14 days before the start of the tour. If the trip is cancelled less than 14 days before the start of the trip, the trip will be invoiced with 50% of the price.

Boat trips: Cancellation of boat trips must be made no later than 30 days before the start of the trip. If you cancel the boat trip more than 14 days before the start of the trip, you will be invoiced with 50% of the price. Cancellations of boat trips made less than 14 days before the start of the trip will be invoiced for the full amount.

Can I use my DAC member card (Årskort) or Copenhagen Card to receive discounts on private Group Tours?
DAC member card discounts are only available for public tours. You are welcome to use your membership discount to purchase tickets for your friends and family on all public tours.

Custom tours

Can you create a customized, hosted tour experience?
Did you not find the group tour you were looking for please contact for more information about custom tours.

Tour logistics, Lunch, and Transportation

How do I get our group tour tickets?
No tickets are required for group tours, but please bring your group contract with you on the day of the tour to check in your group. Your DAC Guide will meet the group at DAC or the tour’s pre-arranged starting point. Your contract also serves as entrance to DAC’s exhibitions on the day of your tour.

How long does a guided tour last?
You will find the duration of the tour in your order confirmation.

Where can our group eat before or after our tour?
Try our rooftop café with a spectacular view of Copenhagen.

Can we host our group’s meeting as part of a tour package?

DAC has five meeting rooms (up to 200 people) with all modern technology, and a fantastic view of either the rest of the city, or into BLOX’s very special architecture. For further information and booking rooms, contact DAC conference:

Where do we meet our DAC guide?
You will find the agreed meeting point in your order confirmation.

Getting here

How do we get to the Danish Architecture Center in BLOX?

BLOX building
Bryghuspladsen 10

By foot or bike
Enter BLOX on Level -2 (down the stairs) from the large public square (Bryghuspladsen) on the northwest side of the building or the from the Harbor boardwalk on the southeast side of the building. Plenty of bike parking is available in Bryghuspladsen, the public square.

By public transportation
Busses 2A, 23, 31,and 37 – Stormbroen / Nationalmuseet stop
From the bus stop it’s a short 5-minute walk southeast, along Frederiksholm Kanal to DAC.
The Gammel Strand stop on the Metro’s M3 lines is also a short 10 minute walk to DAC.

Bus 66 – Det Kongelige Bibliotek  / Christians Brygge stop

We’re located next to the Royal Library (Black Diamond). From the bus stop, walk over the canal bridge to Byrghuspladsen or enter DAC along the Harbor side of the building by taking the stairs down to Level -2.

How close is DAC to key tourist landmarks?
Danish Architecture Center is conveniently located within a 10-minute walk from the Danish Parliament, Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen City Hall and Strøget (historic pedestrian street). Nyhavn (rows of colored houses) is a quick 20-minute walk.

Where is the easiest place for our bus drop off our group at DAC?
Your tour bus can unload at the end of Vester Voldgade, just northwest of the intersection with Christians Brygge.

What time should our group arrive?
We suggest arriving and meeting your DAC Guide at least 10 minutes before the scheduled tour departure.

Where does our Harbor Tour by Boat dock along Copenhagen’s harbor?
Because your group tour also includes free entrance to DAC’s exhibitions, we typically start and end our harbor tours from the dock closest to DAC’s Headquarters, on the south side of our building, adjacent to Langebro (Long Bridge) at Christians Brygge 31, Copenhagen. We also have access to docks located along Copenhagen’s harbor and with prior arrangement our DAC Guide and boat partner can start or end at another location that best fits your needs. Contact us for more information.

Other Questions

Who should I contact if I have additional questions?
For more information, email our Tour Booking department Or give us a call Monday – Friday between 10:00am – 12:00pm (GMT +1) at +45 2096 9342.