Guided tours for education groups

Look inside the body, get close to living bacteria, and hear about history’s most important medical discoveries and technological inventions.

A guided tour at the Medical Museion gives an unusual perspective on the history of medicine.

Beginning in our anatomical theatre auditorium where surgeons learned the art of dissection, the tour guide takes you through exhibitions exploring health and diseases past and present.

Learn more about how people understood their bodies and diseases before the discovery of germs. Explore how technology and innovation have revolutionized the way we care for our bodies in sickness and health. Discover the work of contemporary scientists and how they are changing what it means to be human.

Choose between three different tours

THE CLASSIC focuses on understandings of disease and the body from antiquity to now, from the four humours to bio-chemical reactions.

THE BODY COLLECTED presents a large selection of human remains from the 18th century to now.
Read more about The Body Collected

MIND THE GUT shows how doctors, scientists, patients and artists have tried to study and treat the complex relationship between mind and gut.
Read more about Mind the Gut


Practical information
The guided tour last 1 hour.

Book a guided tour
The tours can be booked in the schedule above. Before you can complete your booking, you must register as a user. This will allow you to change your booking later if needed.

Change your booking
When you book a tour, you register as a user in our booking system. You will receive your login information by email. You can use these log in details to change your booking.

Price
750 DKK per tour which includes entrance to the museum and the tour for your group.

Time (Tuesday – Friday)
10.15 – 11.15
11.30 – 12.30
13.15 – 14.15
14.45 – 15.45

Other hours
We also tours at different time which are priced at 2.500 DKK (max 30 people) and must be booked by phone (+45) 3532 3800, or by e-mail: . Phone booking is available Monday-Friday from 10.00 – 12.00.

Photos: Simon Skipper