Protecting visitors to the Glyptotek from Corona (COVID-19) infection is our top priority. We comply with health authority recommendations and guidelines, and have introduced a number of measures that will ensure that any visit to the Glyptotek is a safe one.
The Glyptotek covers an area of many thousands of square metres, making it the perfect setting for visitors to move about at a safe distance from each other.
We look forward to seeing you all at the Glyptotek. We have compiled a list of all the things you need to be aware of when it comes not only to looking out for one another, but also enjoying a great visit to the Glyptotek.
The Glyptotek takes the safety of its visitors very seriously. We adhere strictly to the guidelines laid down by the Danish Health Authority and have introduced a number of measures to make any visit to the Glyptotek a safe and sensible one.
The Glyptotek does not use booking by appointment.
When visiting the museum, you can purchase a ticket online or at the ticket counter.
See all ticket prices etc. here.
Negative Test or Corona Passport and ID:
When arriving at the Glyptotek, visitors aged 15 and above must present documentation in one of the following three ways:
- A negative corona test. The test must be no more 72 hours’ old from the time you were tested. Either a PCR test or an antigen test (rapid test) is acceptable. The test must include name, test time and test result.
- Visitors can also present proof that they have been fully vaccinated or that they have received the first vaccine injection against COVID-19 14 – 42 days prior to their arrival.
- If you were infected, but are healthy now, a positive COVID-19 test that is at least 14 days and no more than 8 months old.
You must present some form of ID: for example, driver’s license, health insurance card, passport or some other form of publicly issued-ID. If you present the Minsundhed-app with a certificate you do not need present your ID.
No Covid Passport is required from people who, for either medical reasons or as a result of a physical or mental disability, should not have a Covid-19 test performed. Read the guidelines from The Danish Health Authority regarding exemptions here.
The Glyptotek is a large building with plenty of room for a lot of people. We will constantly make sure that not too many people gather in one place.
We will count all guests as they enter the museum, and again as they leave, in order to ensure that there are never too many people in the museum at any one time.
There are signs and social distancing markers at points where queues might occur. We urge all visitors to help by maintaining a safe distance. We will of course also do our bit to ensure adherence to the guidelines.
Hand sanitiser is available, and visitors can wash their hands regularly in the museum’s toilets.
At the Glyptotek our cleaners are being even more meticulous than usual. Surfaces subject to frequent contact are a particular priority.
Picnic – the Museum Café:
Please note that Picnic follows the government guidelines for restaurants.
To reduce the number of contact surfaces, we urge our visitors to avoid using the cloakroom as far as possible. This means, for instance, that you should think carefully about what bag you bring to the museum.
Bags measuring more than 30x30x10 cm are not permitted in the museum. If you cannot avoid bringing a larger bag, then of course you may still use the cloakroom.
Should you have any questions or require any guidance during your visit, we will be more than happy to assist you. At the same time, please remember to maintain safe social distance from members of the museum’s staff.
Recommendations from the Danish Health Authorities
We request all our visitors to comply with the government’s recommendations and instructions:
If you have symptoms – even mild symptoms – of Corona/COVID-19, stay at home.
Wash your hands frequently – or use hand sanitiser.
Cough or sneeze into a tissue or your elbow. Wash or sanitise your hands immediately afterwards.
Maintain a distance of at least 1 metres from other guests and museum staff.
Maintain a distance of at least 2 metres in situations where there may be an increased risk of droplet transmission, or if you are in close proximity to people who require special attention (e.g. the elderly).
Avoid handshakes and hugs.
Ask other people to show consideration.