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OPENING HOURS

Tuesday-Friday 10am – 4pm
Saturday-Sunday 12pm – 4pm
Monday closed

ADMISSION

Adults: 90 DKK
Students: 60 DKK
Children 7-17 years: 50 DKK
Children under 7: free
Senior citizens: 60 DKK

 

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EXHIBITIONS

MIND THE GUT

Our brain and bowels are under examination. The exhibition focuses on the complex relationship between mind and gut through a thought-provoking blend of science, art and history.

THE BODY COLLECTED

Fetuses, skeletons and DNA. The exhibition presents a large selection of historical collections of human remains from the 18th century to now.

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WEB EXHIBITION: LIFE SUPPORT

The web exhibition was made during the first lock down in Denmark in Spring 2020, and explores Corona life with the themes; knowing, breathing, cleaning, isloating and dying.

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SCHOOLS, GROUPS AND PRIVATE

Medical Museion offers introductions to the exhibitions for schools and private groups.

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A HISTORY OF FERTILITY

A HISTORY OF FERTILITY

Children will always be at the heart of our existence as a species. Having children, and surviving childbirth, has fascinated people through the ages. There have been stories of infertility as far back as stories have been recorded.

Microbes – the podcast

Microbes – the podcast

By Cecilie Glerup and Nikoline Nygaard One of the outcomes of the Microbes on the Mind project is a podcast series about our relationship with microbes – more specifically those of them that either live in us or enter us through food. The journey we aim to take our...

Vandet er giftigt!

Vandet er giftigt!

Da koleraepidemien ramte Danmark i 1853 var det et mysterium, hvor smitten kom fra. De fleste troede, at kolera smittede igennem luften, men karantæne foranstaltninger gjorde ingen nytte på koleraen, der ubesværet hærgede videre på trods af isolationsforanstaltninger. Først året efter kunne den engelske læge John Snow påvise, at kolera smitter igennem inficeret drikkevand.

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Bredgade 62, 1260 København K

Mailing address:
Fredericiagade 18, 1310 København K
Phone: +45 35 32 38 00 (mon-fri 10am-2pm)

E-mail: museion@sund.ku.dk

OPEN HOURS

Tuesday - friday: 10am 16pm
Weekenda: 12pm – 16pm
Monday closed
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