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Ilulissat Icefjord Centre lies in the southernmost part of Ilulissat, and forms an integrated part of the walking route through the UNESCO World Heritage Site, which begins at the end of the road called Sermermiut Aqquttaa.

You can find us here:


  • Adult 150 DKK
  • Child (7-15) 100 DKK

We do not accept cash.

For people who are permanently resident in Greenland, a ticket to the Icefjord Centre will grant entry for the whole of 2021. Bring the ticket and your certificate of residence on your next visit.


October 1st – October 31st                Wednesday – Sunday  11am – 5pm

November 1st – December 18th             Saturday – Sunday  11am – 5pm


Winter closed 

January 3rd – January 28th


January 29th – March 14th                     Saturday – Sunday 11am – 5pm 

March 15th – June 14th                       Wednesday – Sunday  11am – 5pm

June 15th – August 14th                            Monday – Sunday 11am – 6pm

August 15th – September 30th                Tuesday – Sunday  11am – 5pm


At Ilulissat Icefjord Centre we always do our utmost to make your experience as enjoyable as possible. We have therefore set the maximum number of visitors to 150, to give you the chance to immerse yourself in our exhibitions, as well as for fire safety reasons. In order to avoid coming in vain, we recommend that you use our booking system to buy your ticket. In this way you will be assured entry at the time that suits you.

Please be aware that a great many people wish to visit us in the summer season, so be sure to buy your ticket well in advance.

In the summer season and on days when there are many visitors, tickets to the exhibitions will be valid for 1½ hours, but you are of course welcome to stay longer in our cafe or enjoy the view from our roof.



Here you can find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions. If you have a question which isn’t answered here, you are welcome to write to us.

No, you won’t lose your place if come at a different time than is printed on your ticket. Please be aware, however, that out of consideration for the next visitors you will not be allowed to stay longer in the exhibitions than the finish time, which is also printed on your ticket.

We therefore recommend that you arrive with time to spare. Any potential waiting time can be spent in the cafe or enjoying the beautiful view from our roof terrace, which is also a favourite spot for selfies.

We are working closely with European tour operators to create coherent experiences for groups. If you are a travel agency, you can read more about our offers on the Greenland Visitor Centre website

Group Discounts
There is a 10% discount on the single purchase of a minimum of 12 tickets

Guided Tours
If you would like a guided tour, these can be purchased for groups and must be booked in advance via this link:

Terms and Conditions of Sale

The ticket is valid only on the date shown.

Ticket sales cannot be refunded.

When cruise ships call at the harbour or there are large groups, it may be necessary to reserve unusually large numbers of sequential tickets to the exhibition. Please fill out and send this form:

Once we have processed your request, you will receive confirmation that we have reserved the date and ensured that we can accommodate the desired number of visitors.

The tickets will thereafter be booked in advance up until 1 month before the visit, after which they can be bought on this page.

Changes to the confirmed date can be made by sending in the above-mentioned confirmation with the new date added, after which we will check whether the change is possible.

Unfortunately not. Food and drink must be bought and consumed in our cafe. We also offer a packed lunch if you prefer to take your food with you on a walk around the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Please ensure that any rubbish or waste is put in the receptacles designed for the purpose.

We recommend that you print your ticket at home or have access to it on your mobile phone, in order to avoid queueing in our ticket office. We also recommend that you wear suitable footwear, so that you can trek through the beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Site as part of your visit. In addition, we always recommend that you bring clothing which will keep you warm and dry during the occasionally sudden changes in weather that occur in the Arctic.

In Greenland we take off our shoes when we are indoors. This is also the case in the Icefjord Centre. You are welcome to borrow a pair of our indoor shoes, which are located in the cloakroom.

Large bags and rucksacks may not be taken into the exhibition area.

We do not accept cash.

We accept most common credit cards, such as VISA, Mastercard, Dankort, and American Express. You can also pay using MobilePay.

If you need to use Wi-Fi, you can buy access to our network.


You can find answers to most questions about your visit in our FAQ section, but if you have a question which isn’t covered there, you are welcome to write to us by using the contact form below.

We endeavour to answer your questions by the next working day at the latest, but in the summer season, due to the many visitors, it may take a little longer.