News from the Royal Danish Library.
The library is almost back to normal, but things are not the same as before the Corona closedown. Personal guidance and access to a few reading rooms, study rooms and study areas are still closed.
8 June we can finally open "Stranger Than Kindness: The Nick Cave Exhibition" - a journey into the creative and complex world of musician, storyteller and cultural icon Nick Cave
Loans and returns at Det Kgl. Bibliotek are open. However, things are not back to normal (yet). We are re-opening in stages and it's a bit complicated, but we will try to explain it.
On 27 January 2020 the Danish National Archives moves to the Royal Danish Library where the two institutions will share the new common reading room.
The French economist Thomas Piketty will be visiting The Black Diamond 11 November 2020. The event takes place in Copenhagen but we offer live streaming to libraries and schools across country.
The Nick Cave Exhibition. New major exhibition in the Black Diamond.
A new library system makes it easier to search and find the books, digital material, and electronic resources you need.
We are currently working on bringing together all of Det Kgl. Bibliotek's numerous websites.