Dragør Museum

About the museum

In one of the oldest houses in Dragør in the middle of the harbor is Dragør Museum. The museum tells the story of how a small fishing village became the second largest maritime town in Denmark in the 18th century. Step into the authentic skipper rooms, immerse yourself in the stories of the people of Dragør and learn about Dragør's resistance during World War II. The museum also offers interactive exhibitions as well as beautiful paintings from some of the town's famous painters.

A visit to Dragør Museum is an educational and fun experience, and what better way to end a visit than with a walk in the beautiful old town where the whole story unfolds.

Opening hours

May 4th - September 30th: tuesday-sunday from 12pm-4pm 


Adult: 65 DKK

Children under 18: Free 


Strandlinien 4, 2791 Dragør