The Danmarks Nationalbank building

When was the Danmarks Nationalbank building constructed?
The building was constructed in the period from 1965 to 1978.

Who designed the Danmarks Nationalbank building?
The building was designed by Danish architect Arne Jacobsen and is regarded as one of his most significant works. The building was listed in 2009 by the Heritage Agency of Denmark (now the Danish Agency for Culture and Palaces) as the youngest building in Denmark to be listed – see link to publication on the Danmarks Nationalbank Building.

More information on the Danmarks Nationalbank building.

Danmarks Nationalbank is closed to the public

Danmarks Nationalbank is closed to the public due to coronavirus. This means that you cannot see, and lift, the gold ingot on display in the lobby. And you cannot buy or pick up commemorative coins, thematic coins or new banknotes and coins at the cash desk.

After the summer holidays, Danmarks Nationalbank will be temporarily relocated as we are embarking on a major restoration and renovation project of the building in Havnegade. Therefore, we do not know when it will be possible to reopen the lobby to the public.