People visit the Hot Pink Turquoise exhibition by Belgian artist Ann Veronica Janssens. Photo: Louisiana Museum of Modern Art
Will I just be able to turn up and buy a ticket on the door?
Not necessarily. Inder the guidelines from Denmark's culture ministry, cultural institutions are asked to minimise the contact between staff and visitors so many will switch to online payment only.
There may also be an online time slot system to reduce the risk of queues.
How much control will there be when I get there?
Quite a bit. Institutions are asked to limit the number of guests in each area according to its size and capacity, and also to control customer flow, so you may find yourself forced to visit rooms in a certain order or prevented from spending too much time in front of a single exhibit.
Will I be able to go on a guided tour?
No. The advice to cultural institutions is that they should cancel activities that cause people to jostle together, so there will be no guided tours, lectures or performances.
What hygiene measure will be in place?
There should also be extra hand-washing facilities or dispensers with alcohol gel placed around the institutions.
Exhibits or customer satisfaction monitors which involve touching will probably have been removed.
What institutions will be open this weekend?
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art
Denmark's Prime Minister chose to celebrate Wednesday's deal with a visit to Louisiana Museum of Modern Art on Thursday morning.
The museum only opened to the general public on Friday, however.
It has put in place extended opening hours and a new time slot system to prevent overcrowding. Time slots can be booked here. When we wrote this article, it seemed like it was still possible to book slots for Saturday and Sunday.
The gallery currently has exhibitions on the American feminist artist Nancy Spero, the Belgian light artist Ann Veronica Janssens, and the Danish sculptor Per Kirkeby.
The zoo tower at Copenhagen Zoo. Photo: Copenhagen Zoo.
Copenhagen Zoo is open from Saturday, but with heavy restrictions in place.
All lectures and tours are cancelled, and the enclosures housing Tapirs, nocturnal animals, and sea lions are all closed as is the the popular petting zoo area with pigs, cows and rabbits.
The Zoo Tower (above), Villa, and Zoolab, will also be closed, and there will be a one way system across much of the zoo. The zoo train will not be running. See full restrictions here.
It will be possible to buy a ticket on the door, but there will be a special queuing system with distance markers.
The ARoS Aarhus Art Museum
The ARoS Aarhus Art Museum was one of the first to open, managing to be ready to accept visitors on Friday morning, with some new visiting guidelines.
The gallery has put in place a one-way system, distance markers in key positions, alcohol gel dispensers at key locations, as well as signs indicating the maximum number of people in part of the gallery, and in the museum shop.
The gallery has also closed ARoS Public, the auditorium and the children's dining area.
Den Blå Planet
Denmark's national aquarium is set to open on Sunday, May 26 with a new two-hour 'listening experience'. This audio tour which will replace lectures and guided tours which might lead to too many people jostling together.
“Instead of touch screens and lectures, guests of Den Blå Planet can now listen to lots of information about ocean life via their own phone. We are premiering on the audio guide on Sunday, when we look forward to welcoming all our guests and getting more life in the house,” Jon Diderichsen, the aquarium's chief executive, said in a press release.
The Hirschsprung Collection
This popular Copenhagen gallery is opening on Saturday May 23 at 11am. The museum is only letting in 30 visitors every half hour and is limiting each visitor to one hour inside. The guidelines are here.
The gallery has an exhibition on the Danish artist Kristian Zahrtmann, called “Queer, Art and Passion”, profiling his depiction of beautiful male bodies, and also an exhibition on the portrait painter Christian Horneman.
Which museums will only open next week?
National Museum of Denmark in Copenhagen is opening on May 28
Den Gamle By, the popular open air historical museum in Aarhus, is opening on May 25.
The Moesgaard Museum in Højbjerg, home of the Grauballe peat bog man, is opening on May 26.
Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, the popular Copenagen art gallery, has not yet published information on its reopening.