Accessibility for visitors with disabilities
Two signposted disabled parking spaces are available outside Skagens Museum. Skagens Museum is wheelchair accessible through the main entrance.
We try hard to provide accessibility for everyone, but in old houses it can be difficult to meet all the requirements. The artists’ homes, Anchers Hus and Drachmanns Hus, may have limited accessibility. Please contact the museum prior to the visit, if you have concerns or questions.
Bicycle parking is available outside Skagens Museum.
Close to Skagens Museum there is general parking at the following locations: Østre Strandvej (50 spaces), Spliidsvej (24 spaces, paid), Markvej (11 spaces, paid), Chr. Xs Vej (61 spaces. paid).
Close to Anchers Hus, parking is available on Markvej.
At Drachmanns Hus, there is parking spaces immediately adjacent to the site.
Bus drop off and pick up
A space for bus drop off and pick up is available for charter, tour and school busses outside Skagens Museum.
Shops and cafés
The museum shop at Skagens Museum as well as the two cafés – Brøndums Havehus at Skagens Museum and Baghaven at Anchers Hus – can be visited without an entrance ticket to the museums.
Facilities for families with babies and small children
There are baby changing facilities at Skagens Museum but not in the two artists’ homes. Breastfeeding is permitted everywhere. It is possible either to bring small fold-up push chairs or borrow a fold-up push chair or a baby carrier at both Skagens Museum, Anchers Hus and Drachmanns Hus.
- Do not touch the works of art on display – keep a safe distance from the works of 50 cm.
- All bags must be stored in the free lockers. To use the lockers at Skagens Museum, you may use a token that is handed out at the front desk. In Drachmanns Hus and Anchers Hus handle bags as instructed.
- Rollerblades, skateboards, and scooters are not permitted inside any of the buildings.
- Food and drink are not permitted inside any of the buildings.
- Packed lunch can only be enjoyed on the grass in the outdoor picnic areas, not in the cafés. Access to a dedicated lunch room in the garden may be granted by prior arrangement.
- Photography for private use without the use of flash, tripods or monopods is allowed inside the galleries.
- Larger groups are not entitled to arrange guided tours on their own without the help of an official tour guide. This rule normally applies to groups of more than 10 people, in particular on days with large numbers of visitors.
In case of doubt, the museum is always prepared to advise on the definition of tour groups. The leader of a visiting group is kindly requested to contact the museum in advance in order to clarify whether a group needs to book a guided tour.
- Mobile phones must be muted.
- There is a total smoking ban in all buildings. Smoking outside is permitted and we kindly ask that you use the set ashtrays.
- Dogs and other pets are not allowed inside any of the buildings (guide dogs excepted). In the gardens, dogs are welcome on leash.
- Show respect. Avoid agitated or noisy behaviour.
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