Due to Covid-19 restrictions, Den Blå Planet is temporarily closed from 9 December to 28 February.

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, Den Blå Planet, National Aquarium Denmark is temporarily closed from 9 December to 28 February.

  • If you have an annual pass or institution card, you do not have to take any action. Your card will automatically be extended by the number of days closed.
  • If you have bought a ticket for a date within the closed period, keep your ticket. The validity will be extended by 365 days.


Due to Covid-19, there is limited access to Den Blå Planet, and tickets for a designated timeslot must be purchased in our web shop. This however, does not apply to the annual pass, Copenhagen Card, Panda Club and many others. See the list of exceptions below.

  • If you have one of the following cards, you can go to our Ticket booth at Den Blå Planet to purchase your ticket.
  • If you do not have one of the following cards, you must purchase your tickets online using our web shop.

Buy Tickets

Press to read more on the points below. Please notice that discount offers cannot be combined.

Annual Pass to Den Blå Planet
Copenhagen Card
Annual Pass for other attractions
Gift cards (For example: Go Dream)
Accompanying Carers


Practical Information

Download our app

To minimise the spread of Covid-19, we have temporarily cancelled our daily speaks and turned of our touch screens at the aquariums. However, all the information can be found in our app, including a new audio guide. Listen to our enthusiastic narrators tell you all about the amazing stories of each aquarium, while you enjoy watching the animals. Remember your earphones :)



Compulsory face masks

It is compulsory to wear a mask at Den Blå Planet, National Aquarium Denmark. If you have forgotten a mask, you can get one at the ticket booth by the front entrance.

One Way Path

We have established a one-way path in the aquarium to best ensure that our guests can keep a safe distance. The route starts in the cold department to the adorable sea otters, through the rainforest where the piranhas live, along the new jungle path, leading you to the the tropical department where our majestic hammerheads and elegant rays patrol the large Ocean tank.

Take care

There are markers on the floor to remind our guests to keep distance, as well as hand sanitiser throughout the aquarium. We have also lowered our capacity to 800 guests to ensure that all our visitors can still have an enjoyable visit. Please take care of yourself and the other guests by respecting the markings on the floor, and keeping a safe distance.

Persons at increased risk

Guests at increased risk should take extra precautions during their visit. You can read more about who’s at increased risk on the Danish Health Authority website.