Adults: 110 DKK
Students: 85 DKK
Children under 18: Free
Welcome to Danish Architecture Center (DAC) – the meeting place for architecture, design and urban culture in Denmark. Come and experience exhibitions, guided tours, explore DAC Design Shop and relax at DAC Café with magnificent views of Copenhagen.
Special opening hours
March 2: 10-15
Current special admission rates
Notice that we have a changing program and sometimes build up new exhibitions. Here, you get an overview of opening periods and prices for the upcoming exhibitions.
February 18 – March 10 2019
Admission: 50 DKK
Tickets for this exhibition period are not sold online. Buy your ticket at the reception at Danish Architecture Center.
March 11 – March 21 2019
We’re building a new exhibition – therefore no current exhibitions
Admission: Free entrance
Tickets for this period cannot be booked online. Get your ticket at the reception at Danish Architecture Center.
You are welcome to take a tour around the building and see the new exhibitions being built. DAC Design Shop and DAC Café are also open.
Vester Voldgade 131, 1552 København, Danmark
We live at BLOX
BLOX is Denmark’s world of architecture, design and new ideas. The building is designed by the world-famous Dutch firm OMA under the leadership of Partner/Director Ellen van Loon.
It’s easy to get to DAC on foot from anywhere in Copenhagen. For instance, we are just 5 minutes from Copenhagen City Hall Square and 15-20 minutes from both Copenhagen Central Station and the Metro.
By harbor bus
With the harbor bus or harbor tour boat, get off at the Royal Danish Library.
From the airport
The trip from Copenhagen Airport takes about 20 minutes by car and 30 minutes with public transportation.
Take bus lines 1A, 2A or 9A to Stormgade or line 66 to the Royal Danish Library. By sightseeing bus, get off at the Royal Danish Library.
If you’re coming by bike, you can use BLOX’s underground bicycle parking. You can access the bicycle parking from Bryghuspladsen via both an elevator and stairs.
Access to and inside the building
From Bryghuspladsen there are stairs and an elevator down to the main entrance at the DAC Passage. You will enter into the building’s welcome area via a revolving door. At the cloakroom in the far left-hand corner, you can access every DAC level, by elevator or via the Main Stairs.
- People with difficulty walking should access the building from Bryghuspladsen.
- Guiding lines in the surrounding area will guide you to BLOX.
- Elevators ensure level access to and inside the building.
- The speed of the revolving door can be slowed as needed by pressing a visible button.
- There are accessible restrooms in DAC Design Shop on Level -2, Educatorium on Level 1, The Hall on Level 2 and DAC Café on Level 3.
- Family-friendly café with changing tables in the restrooms.
Access to DAC Café
You get access to DAC Café with a ticket or DAC Årskort
Access to DAC Design Shop
You are always welcome to visit DAC Design Shop without a ticket during our opening hours.
You will find lockable wardrobes in DAC Welcome where you can also buy your tickets. We ask you not to bring large backpacks and suitcases into the exhibition. Also note that the wardrobes unfortunately cannot handle these big pieces of luggage.
Food and drinks
You are not allowed to bring your own food and drinks into DAC in BLOX – but you are always welcome to buy food and drinks in DAC Café. See the kitchen’s opening hours here
BLOX is a non-smoking building, and so are most of the outer areas. You can find a designated smoking area towards Frederiksholms Kanal next to BLOX EATS.
You are not allowed to bring pets into the building. Guide dogs are permitted.
Buying your tickets
You can buy entry tickets here on our website and physically in DAC Welcome. Be aware that we stop selling tickets in DAC Welcome 30 minutes before closing-time.
In DAC Welcome, DAC Café and DAC Design Shop, we accept standard credit cards and Danish cash.
You are welcome to take photos of the exhibition and around the building. We please ask you to be considerate and not take photos of DAC employees without their permission.