The Danish Architecture Centre offers special tours in Copenhagen and special visits to new and older buildings in the Copenhagen area to companies, associations and other groups.
"The group leader was well educated, informative and inclusive. She was also friendly and aware of group dynamics." Kate Moore (Australia)
Tours for individuals
Do you wish to experience the architecture of
Copenhagen as a private person or small group of individuals? Then
go to the calendar, where you will find an overview of all up
coming walks and on-site tours for individuals.
>> Go to the calendar
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Tours for groups and delegations
Looking for guided tours for larger or smaller groups? The please look here. DAC offers a wide range of guided tours to both new and historic architecture and urban development in Copenhagen. The tours can be arranged for private groups and various professional groups and delegations. You can join one of our many tours as described on these pages or custom made your own tour.
If you don't find what you are looking for, please
feel free to contact Tour Booking - we will help you
put together the best price.
DAC's guides are knowledgeable and experienced architects and university students.
Guided city walks >
Do you wish to explore the new architecture of Copenhagen on a guided city walk? Here you can book guided tours for larger roups of people. The tours can be adjusted to different kind of groups.
Bike Tours >
The Danish Architecture Centre offers a wide range of guided bicycle tours to sites of new architecture in Copenhagen. The tours are for smaller or larger goups.
Harbour Tours >
The Danish Architecture Centre offers two types of boat trips along the Copenhagen Harbour. Head north to see the Opera,The Royal Playhouse and The UN City or go south to see Gemini Residence, Sluseholmen and the development of Havneholmen.
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Last updated Thursday, May 19, 2016