Regulations for private users.
Rules for accessing some archives and items in our library catalog that contain documents younger than 75 years and that contain information of a private nature.
In order to gain access and study certain precious and rare works, you must be a registered user at the Royal Danish Library and have a special ID card.
Professional or established theatres, as well as theatre schools can borrow manuscripts and unpublished theatre texts.
Special regulations for employees at Copenhagen University Hospital
Special regulations for employees at Statens Museum for Kunst (SMK).
These sub-regulations apply to registered users of The Royal Danish Library service for the central administration
Regulations for employees at the University of Copenhagen, Aarhus University, Roskilde University and The IT-University of Copenhagen
Special regulations for employees at selected universities.
Regulations for employees at Aarhus University Hospital
Professional orchestras or choirs, established amateur orchestras or choirs and music education institutions can borrow orchestral notes.
Applies to libraries with a library number.
These regulations apply to the locations affiliated with Royal Danish Library.
This application form applies exclusively to the institution or company as a whole. If you want to register as an individual, please register as a private user.
Special exceptions from the regulations for private users for Roskilde University Library users aged 16 to 17.
Regulations for taking pictures with your own camera in the Research reading room and the Study room in Søborg
Within certain limits you can photograph material in reading rooms.
These regulations apply to materials that are exclusively available in the study room in Søborg.
These regulations apply to the Research Reading Room, which is a shared reading room for Royal Danish Library and the Danish National Archives.
Special regulations for users who are exempt from Digital Post