Scroll down to read more about our opening hours, and to see how you can find your way to us by car, train or bus. But first, a little about what awaits you here at Greve Museum.
Greve Museum is accommodated in a beautiful old four-winged farmhouse set in a lovely garden. The museum also has a charming and spacious café.
One of the museum’s permanent exhibitions features life in the suburbs in the 20th century, while the other focuses on the living conditions and interiors of the Hedebo region from around the 1800s to the early 1900s.
The special exhibitions change throughout the year and depict local history in a national perspective. Displays of fine art as well as applied art are also on view on a regular basis.
- Monday: Closed
- Tuesday: 11am to 3pm
- Wednesday: 11am to 3pm / 11am - 8pm *
- Thursday: 11am to 3pm
- Friday: 11am to 3pm
- Saturday: 11am to 4pm
- Sunday: 11am to 5pm
Greve Local History Archive
- Wednesday: 1.30pm to 5pm
- Thursday: 1.30pm to 5pm
NB! The archive will be closed during July
Late Opening Hours
* On the second Wednesday in every month we open 11am to 8pm.
The archive is open from 1.30pm - 8pm on the late opening days.
Visiting the museum is free of cost.
Find your way (map below)
The museum is located some 30 km south of Copenhagen.
E4 exit 29
P-spaces and free parking behind the museum.
Trains and S-trains (S-tog)
Take the regional trains to Roskilde Station, then bus 600 S to Hundige st. Your stop is called Greve Centervej.
Or take one of the S-trains to Greve Station, then bus 600S to Hundige st. Stop called Greve Centervej.
You can also take the bike on the S-train and follow the bikepaths to the museum. Cycling will take approximately 12 minutes.
Choose either bus 600S (Hillerød st. to Hundige st.) Your stop is called Greve Centervej. From here there is approximately a 10 minute walk to the museum (0,9 km).
or take bus 120 (Høje Taastrup st. to Solrød Strand st.) Your stop is called Greve Landevej. From here there is approximately an 8 minute walk to the museum (0,6 km)