Øregaard Museum. Photo: OH



Address, opening hours and Admission  


Øregaard Museum
Ørehøj Allé 2
2900 Hellerup
phone +45 39 98 57 90
Mail: oremus@gentofte.dk

Opening hours Museum 

Monday and Tuesday: Closed 
Wednesday – Friday 13-16
Saturday-Sunday 12-16

Closed on the following dates 24., 25., 26., 31. December and 1. January.

Opening hours Café  

Monday and Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday-Friday 11.30-16.30
Saturday-Sunday 11-16.30

Closed on the following dates 24., 25., 26. and 31. December and 1. January.


Adults 75,- DKK 

Groups of min. 10 pers. 65,- DKK 

Free admission for under 18-year-olds, Friends of Øregaard Museum and students with a valid student ID.

Disabled visitors can bring in a helper for free.

Interior from the museum. Photo: JS

Getting there 


Bus 171/172 to the stop A.N. Hansens Allé. It is a short walk from the bus stop through the park to the museum. Find your way with the route planner REJSEPLANEN 

Bus 21 to Hellerup St. It is a 10-15 minutes walk from the museum. 


Take the S-train to Hellerup St. It is a 15 minutes walk from the station. 


Rucksacks, bags and umbrellas are not allowed in the exhibition area. Storage lockers are available in the cloak room at no charge.


Taking photographs requires prior permission. Ask the staff if you are in doubt.


Smoking is prohibited inside the museum. 

Packed lunch 

Eating your packed lunch in the museum is not allowed, but you are wellcome to enjoy your own food in the park.

Øregaard Museum er fyldt med smukke detaljer. Hovedtrappen er fra 1808.
Morgenstemning i en af museets sydvendte sale. I montren ses museets værk "Sommer", ca. 1790'erne, fra den Kgl. Porcelainsfabrik.
Parken er offentlig tilgængelighed året rundt, hvor skiftende årstider farver parkens træer og buske. Her ses Kai Nielsens skulptur "Leda uden svane"fra 1920 med blomstrende magnolia i baggrunden.
Øregaard Museum from the park side. Photo: OH