Practical information

Enter Art Fair 29th August – 1st September 2024

Opening hours:
Thursday August 29th: 
VIP Preview (by invitation only)

Friday August 30th
Saturday August 31st
Sunday September 1st


You can buy your ticket online or at the door upon arrival.
To avoid queuing at the ticket counter, we recommend buying a ticket online in advance.

One-Day ticket: DKK 150
Partout-pass: DKK 250
Children under 16 years: Free

How to Get There

Enter Art Fair is in the remarkable Lokomotivværkstedet, Otto Bussesvej 5A, 2450 Copenhagen SV.

There is paid parking with APCOA both via vending machines on site or via the APCOA app. Area code 3018.

Free shuttlebus
You can take our free shuttle bus from our partner hotel Villa Copenhagen next to Copenhagen Central Station, Tietgensgade 35, 1704 Copenhagen V

The shuttlebus also stops at Tivoli Hotel & Congress Center, Arni Magnussons Gade 2, 1577 København V

VIP Cars – First Choice guests only
AUDI VIP limousines between Enter Art Fair and Villa Copenhagen next to Copenhagen Central Station, Tietgensgade 35, 1704 Copenhagen V and the City Center (Kgs. Nytorv)

Public transport
Nærmeste metrostation til Lokomotivværkstedet i Enghave Plads St. er 7 min gang herfra.

Busses: 1A, 23, 7A and 9a. Nearest bus stop is 5 minutes’ walk away.

Train: A and B to Dybbølsbro St.  (995 m, 11 minutes’ walk)

Eat & Drink

Yvonne Seier Christensen

We believe that art and champagne belong together, wich is why we are proud to present our associate partner SKAGEN CHAMPAGNE.
The Winemaker of Skagen Champagne, Yvonne Seier Christensen, creates champagne cuvées, that impress with their complexity and individuality and with the true expression of terroir shining through. The ethos of the winemaking is to pursue sustainable, organic, and biodynamic methods wherever possible.

Siefert Vine
Siefert Vine is a distributor dedicated to serving both delicious and uncomplicated wine along with other wines of more complex and interesting character. What all their wines have in common is that they are all on kegs, which facilitates fast servings and represents an environmentally sustainable approach to wine sales