Documentation and dissemination of the history of Denmark in Greenland and the Arctic

Adress

Strandgade 102, 1st floor, 1401 Copenhagen K.

Opening Hours

Monday - Thursday: from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday: from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Notice: Danish Arctic Institute reopens according to plan the 21st of April for visitors to the exhibition and users to the archive. Users to the archives must make an appointment beforehand. Contact archival manager at arkiverne@remove-this.arktisk.dk / +45 3231 5055.

We recommend that you contact us and makes an appointment before visiting

Managing Director, Bent Nielsen, arktisk@remove-this.arktisk.dk, phone +45 3231 5050

How to get to the Danish Arctic Institute

By Bus: Bus no. 2A, 31 and 37 all run along Torvegade. Strandgade (where the Institute is located at the far end at Strandgade 102) is a street leading into Torvegade – right next to Knippelsbro, and The Foreign Ministry. See travel plan on: http://www.rejseplanen.dk

By Metro: The Metro station Christianshavns St. (M1 and M2 lines), from here a 10 minute walk to the Institute. Or the Metro Station Kongens Nytorv (M1, M2, M3 and M4 lines), from here a 10 minute walk via the bridge Inderhavnsbroen

By Car: Parking facilities at the parking place overlooking Christianshavns Canal. Parking ticket free when contacting the Danish Arctic Institute.

Address:
Strandgade 102, 1. sal
DK-1401 København K

Opening Hours:

Monday - Thursday 9:00-16:00, Friday 9:00-15.00

We recommend that you contact us and makes an appointment before visiting

Bent Nielsen, Ph.D., director

+45 32 31 50 50

arktisk@arktisk.dk