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Press room for FLUGT – Refugee Museum of Denmark

Thank you for helping to spread the word about Denmark's new museum for refugee stories.
Facts about FLUGT
The entrance area is covered with 50 tons of corten steel.
110 rafters hold up the roof of entrance area. No two are alike.
80,000 yellow bricks have been laid in the floor.

Accreditation

For work-related visits, it is possible to gain access to the museum by presenting a valid press card. If you do not have a press card, you must be accredited before the visit. Accreditation for press visits can be obtained by submitting an email with name, media and reason for the visit.

Photos

Photography for private use is allowed, but for commercial photo shoots a written agreement with the Varde Museums is required. If you want to take photos yourself, record film or sound for press use, please contact Helle Ølgaard before the photo shoot. You are welcome to download photos from this page in connection with a mention of FLUGT. These photos may not be used commercially.

Press contacts

We are happy to answer any and all questions pertaining to the museum, and generally help with anything you as a journalist may need.

Helle Ølgaard
Director of Audiences

Download press kit

The press kit is compiled in a presentation that can be downloaded as a pdf. The text is also available in Word documents in three languages: Danish, German and English. Photos and renderings from the presentation can also be downloaded. The exception is, however, the recent photos of refugees. These are reproduced in the presentation with the permission from UNHCR and this permission is not transferable.

Photos from Refugee Camp Oksbøl

Can be freely used and reproduced with credit to Blåvandshuk Local History Archive.

Renderings of the museum building

Can be freely used and reproduced with credit to BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group.

Renderings of exhibitions

Can be freely used and reproduced with credit to Tinker Imagineers.

Press materials

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