The use of flash is allowed in the Museum. It is, however, not allowed to use flash or other artificial lights in the Museum’s collection of paintings and antiques on the first floor, or in front of drawings or other artworks on paper.
Permission for taking pictures or recording with a camera on a tripod can be given on certain conditions and always after submitting a written application.
The application must contain information about the purpose of the shoot, the actual use of the shot material, what time the shoot will take place, how many people will be involved and what equipment will be used.
A member of the Museum’s security staff must be present during the shoot. A fee of minimum DKK 1050 will be levied for tripod photography. This basic fee covers expenses for three hours of photography between 8.30 am and 4.30 pm on weekdays. It is not possible to pay for less than three hours. After the first three hours, a charge of DKK 250 per hour will be levied between 8.30 am and 4.30 pm on weekdays, or DKK 450 per hour at all other times. All prices are ex. VAT.
Permission is generally not granted for shoots that will be used for commercial purposes.