Visit the original Carlsberg Brewery in Valby, Copenhagen You can taste a  Carlsberg beer after the exhibition tour Outside the museum in the yard there is a copy of 'The Little Mermaid' One of the fascinating old Carlsberg trucks

Visit Carlsberg

Carlsberg Museum is one of Copenhagen´s most popular museums and tells the story about the famous beer.

The museum is placed where the first Carlsberg Brewery in Valby in Copenhagen was built-in 1847 and here you can explore the heritage site, where J. C. Jacobsen brewed the very first Carlsberg beer.

The old buildings are today converted into a modern museum on 10000 m2. You get an extraordinary insight into Carlsberg's history and can taste different kinds of beers if you want.

At the museum, they have many exciting events throughout the year - check that out at the company`s own webpage.


The Little Mermaid was a gift from the founder of Carlsberg

In the courtyard, you can see a small copy of 'The Little Mermaid' which the founder Carl Jacobsen donated to Copenhagen, and the original statue is placed at Langelinie in Copenhagen.


Get the story about behind the beer

Through the interactive exhibits and displays, you can also get an impression of the collection of the many different beer bottle designs, historical beer through the ages and throughout the Carlsberg incredible development to be one of the biggest beer brands in the world.

Tour ends at the brewery bar

The approximately one and a half hour tour ends on the first floor in the museum bar. Here you can taste the many Carlsberg products. There are two beer and a soda inclusive in an entree ticket. 

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Contact

Gamle Carlsberg vej 11
1799 København V
Copenhagen, Capital Region
Denmark
Web
visitcarlsberg.dk
Phone
+45 3327 1282

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