an immersive experience in Copenhagen
THE TUBE Copenhagen showcases unique examples and inspiring possibilities of the immersive travel culture. Start your expedition into a world of time travel, storytelling and instant fame filled with experiences to challenge your senses. Take an immersive walk and enjoy this mind-bending journey with disordered perspectives, illusions and reflections. Use your imagination as you take a unique voyage in THE TUBE and discover a dazzling journey.
You are invited to use this environment as a visual studio. You can experiment with the possibilities of the installations and make photos and videos as much as you like, but respect the privacy of other visitors. Get creative and use the Tube photo system and find your pictures in the giftshop after your Tube trip!
Special opening offer
Download all photos for free after your Tube visit!
PLAN YOUR VISIT
Free access for children between 0-2 years old
Children up to 14 years old must be accompanied by an adult
Last entry 45 minutes before closing
December 25th: 11:00-18:00
December 31st: 11:00-16:00 (Last entry at 15:15)
January 1st: 11:00-18:00
The tube can be physically challenging. The best way to fully experience the Tube includes climbing and crawling. There are breaks in between so you can always catch your breath. Unfortunately, not all areas are equally accessible to everyone if you are not in good physical condition.
DO YOU NEED HELP?
THE TUBE - København is an immersive experience and interactive museum in Copenhagen. Entry is limited and per time slot to give everyone the best experience possible. It is a fun thing to do in the city and a great activity for kids.
You can go along at your own pace but it takes approximately 45 to 60 minutes. Keep in mind that other people will enter behind you and will also want to explore and have fun.
The venue is not wheelchair accessible. Food and drinks are not allowed inside.
Because of the nature of The Tube, some rooms are not suitable for / cannot be entered by:
- those who are claustrophobic / have a fear of small, dark spaces;
- those who are physically and/or mentally unstable;
- those who have an anxiety disorder;
- those who are night-blind/can see poorly in the dark;
- those who have photosensitive epilepsy;
- those who are pregnant;
- those who are under the age of 8.
Pictograms at the entrance to each room of The Tube indicate its accessibility.
Only service dogs (who must be identifiable as such) are allowed inside.
Yes, please contact us via email@example.com and include your chosen date and time and group size, so we can make you an offer.
No, there is no audio guide available.
Yes, tickets can be rescheduled or cancelled up to 8 hours in advance if the tickets were bought through our website and without a discount, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org to make the arrangements.
We are located inside Copenhagen Central Station, across the street from Tivoli.
Yes, though we recommend buying tickets online to make sure we are not sold out when you arrive.
This depends on the child but we recommend from around 5. It is important to be aware that THE TUBE has not been child proofed.
As long as there is free space, you can leave a stroller at the entrance. Strollers cannot be taken through THE TUBE.
Not at the moment but we are working on a solution.
Yes, you can but you cannot pre-book a timeslot, which means that when you arrive you may have to wait for an available timeslot.