Cookies and Privacy Policies


What is a cookie?

When you visit, one or more cookies are transferred to your web browser. A cookie is a small-size text file which does not contain any personal details. Cookies do not tell us who you are. Thus, you remain anonymous when using the web page, unless you provide details yourself, e.g. by signing up for our newsletter service.

Why do we use cookies?

Primarily, we place cookies on your computer to gather statistics on the general webpage usage. The information we collect includes browser selection, visited web pages, and what links have been clicked. We are neither interested in nor are able to identify you as a named individual. The statistics we collect through cookies are used to improve the web page and monitor the statistics.

Moreover, we use cookies to enable functionalities, such as sharing an event from our calendar on Facebook. We also use cookies to track whether you are logged into web pages protected by a log-in wall.

Removing cookies

If you do not want cookies being stored on your computer, you can set your chosen web browser to decline cookies. Look into the help-functionality in your browser for a guide on how cookies are turned off. Depending on which browser you use, the method of removing or declining cookies on your devices varies.

Privacy Policy

We store your personal information securely, and it is processed confidentially. They are only accessible with passwords.

We do not share or sell your personal information to any third party.

We collect your personal information as part of the following processes:

  • Subscribing to our newsletter service,
  • Booking of events,
  • Registration for an event
  • Archive enquieries
  • Purchasing of our yearly entrance subscription

We store the information as long as they are relevant, and as long as the law requires. We do not collect information unless you have provided them yourself, e.g. through registration for an event.

The information is used to provide and fulfill the service which you have provided them for.

You have a right to gain access in the personal information we process about you. If you ask for it, the personal information we have stored and processed will be deleted. If you want to enforce these rights, you are welcome to contact us.

If you have any questions or wish to register a complaint concerning our storing and processing of your personal information, you may contact us at:

Alarmpladsen 3
2650 Hvidovre
Phone: +45 36 49 00 30

The Circus Museum acts as data controller.