Last updated 13th of January, 2022

It must be safe to visit the Viking Ship Museum

You must feel safe and secure when visiting the Viking Ship Museum. Therefore, the museum and the museum staff are prepared to receive the guests in a way that prevents the spread of infection. All areas and activities are adjusted on an ongoing basis in accordance with current guidelines for Covid.

We follow recommendations from the authorities and make sure that hand sanitizer is available at the entrance and exit to the museum, and encourage you to spray your hands off as often as possible.

Keep distance

We encourage all guests to continue to keep a good distance from other guests, and have introduced a limit of maximum 15 people on the daily free tours.

We have plenty of space both indoors and outdoors, and therefore we have not introduced timeslots / space booking.

Corona pass and facemask

According to the current guidelines for corona, all guests from the age of 15 must present a valid corona passport, as well as a valid ID, and wear a facemask.

One of the following points counts as a valid corona passport:
  • A negative covid-19 test that is a maximum of 72 hours old before the person's arrival at the museum.
  • The test must be an antigen test (rapid test) or a PCR test (inoculation in the throat), and must include name, test time and test result.
  • A covid-19 test with a positive result that is at least 14 days and at most 180 days old from the time the test was performed (ie documentation of completed covid19 course).
  • A completed vaccination course with covid-19 (minimum 14 days since the last bite).
  • In connection with the presentation of documentation, an ID must be presented. It can be a driver's license, health card, passport or other publicly issued ID

Guidelines from the authorities

» Read more about the current rules and advice from the Danish authorities here.

The museum has made a number of additional initiatives so that your visit to the Viking Ship Museum will be safe and good.