Copenhagen’s biggest one-day cultural event is coming back this year, offering a packed programme of talks, performances and exhibitions that will light up the city once the sun has gone down.
More than 250 venues will be taking part in the city’s Culture Night celebrations, including theatres, museums, churches and public parks. As ever, the aim of the event is to provide locals and visitors with an inspiring (and sometimes surprising) vision of Danish culture at its very best.
Highlights of previous Culture Night celebrations have included Cold War fashion shows, insect tasting banquets, and even a voyage into space at the city’s Tycho Brahe Planetarium.
To gain access to any of the events happening on the night, all that’s required is to buy a Culture Pass for 95 DKK. The pass can be found at libraries, museums and 7-Eleven stores throughout the capital, with sales starting from 1st October onwards.
The Culture Pass will also provide you with free travel on buses, trains, and the Copenhagen Metro for the whole night. All that’s left to do is to dive in, and make the most of Copenhagen’s cultural extravaganza!