Copenhagen Card

With a Copenhagen Card you can bring an attendant to most attractions free of charge.

How it works
As a person with disabilities, you purchase a Copenhagen Card for yourself. When entering attractions, you show your attendant card together with the Copenhagen Card - and both you and your attendant can enter free of charge. The attendant, however, needs a children's ticket for public transportation

Please note that the attendant card is not the same as a disability card. The attendant card is proof that you need an attendant to assist you. You cannot get a free Copenhagen Card with a disabled card. 

If you are a person with disabilities, getting a Copenhagen Card might not be worth it since some museums offer free entry. Please check the museums' own webpage for further information.