A safe visit & Covid-pass
We look forward to welcoming you! Below you will find the current guildelines to best plan and enjoy your visit.
Louisiana follows the Danish authorities’ Covid-19 guidelines. On this page you will find all the information that you need before and during your visit. By following these guidelines, you help us look after each other and ensure a safe museum visit. Please note, special guidelines for visitors from abroad.
Before your visit
Museum guests aged 16 or over must show Covid-pass upon arrival at the museum entrance. The Covid-pass is documentation of one of the following:
- a negative COVID-19 test. The documentation of either a negative antigen test (also known as a quick test) or a negative PCR test (throat swab) must include your name, time of when the test was taken and test result. The antigen test must have been taken within the previous 72 hours of entering the museum and the PCR test within the previous 96 hours of entering the museum. In connection with this guests aged 16 or over must also show ID. This may be a driving licence, the yellow national health service card, passport or other official ID issued by the authorities.
- a positive COVID-19 test, that should be conducted minimum 14 and maximum 180 days prior to your visit.
- proof of completed vaccination. Please note that the Covid-pass is valid 14 days after the first shot and until 42 days after – if you have not received the second shot. The pass will is valid after the second shot. For more information check out coronasmitte.dk.
You must present the documentation either in print or as a screenshot on your phone. Children up to and including 15 years of age are not required to present a negative test. Please note that we are required to ask for official documentation if you are exempt from test and Corona-pass. We do not store any of the information that you show us.
Seat reservation when travelling by train
It is a requirement to book a seat when travelling by train on the Coast Line. Please be sure to book before you get on the train and remember that you must also wear a face ceoverings on your journey. Contact DSB Customer Sevices for help to book your seat.
A safe visit
- Remember to keep your distance. Minumum one meter when standing still.
- Sneeze into your elbow and wipe your hands with hand sanitiser at the dispensers set up all over the museum.