Here you can read about all the practical information you may need, when you visit us. If you have any special requests or questions, you can contact us here
It is easy to reach Køge Museum, wherever you are coming from and whichever means of transport you prefer:
Take the S Train (Line E), the region train or the regional train to Køge Station. Cross Ivar Huitfeldtsvej, continue along Jernbanegade to Nørregade and turn left. We are in the big red building down by the square.
You can take bus numbers 101A, 102A, 241, 245 or 260R to Køge Station. Cross Ivar Huitfeldtsvej, continue along Jernbanegade to Nørregade and turn left. We are in the big red building down by the square. Or you can take bus number 103 to Køge Square and walk down Nørregade. We are at the start of the street.
There are a number of large car parks at Køge Station, with everything from 2 to 10 hours’ parking. That means there is ample opportunity to explore history without having to worry about parking tickets.
Drive along the E47, exit at 33 Lellinge. Turn right on Route 150 and follow the road until you come to a roundabout. Take the 3rd exit and turn right at the next road, Fændediget. This is where you will find the first of many large car parks.
Take the E47, exit at 32 Køge. Take the 3rd exit at the roundabout in the direction of Køge. Continue until you come to a roundabout. Take the 1st exit and continue until you come to the large car parks.
Take the E20, exit at 33 Bjæverskov, follow Route 150 and follow the road until you come to a roundabout. Take the 3rd exit and turn right at the next road, Fændediget. This is where you will find the first of many large car parks.
There are toilets available for all visitors to the museum and the playground. There are baby changing tables in the toilets.
There are also public toilets in the neighbouring building, No. 2 Nørregade.
Køge Museum is located in a listed building, which is almost 350 years old. So unfortunately we do not have the option of making it particularly handicap-friendly for anyone in a wheelchair. However, if you have impaired hearing or vision, it is still worth visiting the museum, if you are accompanied by a helper, because all our information is communicated via an iPad, using sound and images to bring the history of the objects to life.
You can take as many photos as you like for private use and your social media. But photography, video etc. for commercial purposes is only permitted if we have given you special permission.
Smoking is not permitted in the indoor areas of Køge Museum. Smoking is allowed outside, but as we have many children in our playground, we hope you will show respect to them and the other visitors.
For security reasons, pets are not allowed in Køge Museum. Guide dogs are, of course, an exception.
There are lockers next to the entrance.
The lockers require a DKK 10 coin. You get your DKK 10 back, when you re-open the locker.
Phone the museum’s main telephone number, (+45) 70701236, to find out whether we are in possession of your things. Otherwise we suggest you contact Køge Police on +45 4635 1448. We hand over lost property to Køge Police every two weeks.
You are welcome to eat your packed lunch in our charming courtyard.
We have a defibrillator at Køge Museum. In the case of an emergency, please contact reception.