PhD school venue and transport

(please note this page is for the workshop on 27-28 September only, see here for the conference venue on 29-30 September)

PhD school Venue

Moesgaard Museum
Moesgård Allé 15
8270 Højbjerg
Building 4240, room 301

A Google map of Aarhus with venue and hotels marked can be found here. Nordre Ringgade 4 is where the Connected Past conference will take place.

Please note that entrance to the museum is through the back door on the first course day. It is a Monday, and the museum and the main entrance is therefore closed. Go to the back of the building where signs will guide you to the correct entrance – also see this map (‘indgang til konferencerum’ = entrance to conference room; ‘hovedindgang’ = main entrance). The door will not open until 8 am.

Furthermore, also note that entrance to the exhibitions are not free.

Getting to Moesgaard Museum

Moesgaard Museum is located in Højbjerg, approximately 10 km south of Aarhus city centre. 


From downtown Aarhus, you can take Bus 18 or Bus 100

  • Bus 18 (see timetable) is a yellow city bus, which leaves from Park Allé (see map) three times an hour (direction: Moesgård). Enter the bus through the back or the middle door and purchase your ticket at the ticket machine. Get off at the bus stop “Moesgård Museum” (end station) – the ride takes approximately 25 min.
  • Bus 100 (see timetable) is a blue regional bus, which leaves from Aarhus Central Station (“Banegårdspladsen”, see map) every 15 minutes (direction: Odder). You can purchase your ticket from the bus driver (with cash). Tickets can also be bought through Midttrafik’s webshop or their app. Get off at the bus stop “Oddervej/Moesgård Allé”) – the ride takes approximately 15 min. From there, it is a 1 km walk to Moesgaard Museum (see map).

Bus 18. Photo from Midttrafik.    Bus 100. Photo from Busglobe.

Please keep yourself updated about COVID-19 restrictions in relation to collective traffic in Aarhus here.

A single fare to Moesgaard is 22 DKK (2 zones).