The Copenhagen Opera House, Operaen, is a unique building designed by Danish architect Henning Larsen with commissioned artworks by Danish artists such as Per Arnoldi and Per Kirkeby.
All levels of the marble-clad foyer offer sweeping views of Renaissance Copenhagen and the city harbour. A restaurant with roof terrace is situated on the top floor offering a panoramic view of the royal palace, Amalienborg, and the adjacent domed Marble Church.
Experience the extensive backstage facilities consisting of five mobile stage units as well as a small experimental stage, Takkelloftet, in addition to the auditorium and the rehearsal and training rooms for the ballet and the opera.
Please note that all tours vary according to what is available on the day and a visit to the auditorium is not guaranteed; it is never possible to attend stage rehearsals. Remember that you are visiting a working theatre and plans may change at short notice.
Guided tours for groups can be arranged at all days of the week starting at 9:30 and 10 am and 4:30 or 5 pm. Contact the Event Department for purchase of guided tours for groups. The duration is 75 minutes. The tours for groups can be conducted in English.
Group entrance fees for up to 30 visitors DKK 2.500