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Copenhagen Pavilion Overview

The Hub Culture Copenhagen Pavilion opened on 5 December, 2009 in the heart of Copenhagen at Gammeltorv 14, in one of Europe's most interesting and stunning cities.
The Pavilion will serve as a base for the COP15 outside discussions, with hundreds of climate leaders using the Hub online and physical facilities to help move the world toward progress on sustainability.
For more information, please contact your Valets at the Copenhagen Pavilion.

For Membership to the Pavilion, please see our Membership details & FAQs.


Hub Culture Pavilion, Gammeltorv 14, Copenhagen 1457, Denmark


Download the Map


Car service
Reservation bookings
Meeting rooms
Symposium space
Private dining
Private events


Download the official schedule of activities
A glossary list of climate change terms
The Youtube Climate Change Project


Hopenhagen Partnership

Hub Culture is a partner in Hopenhagen - an international project designed to gather popular momentum for fighting climate change. Sign the petition to lend your voice to climate change action and visit the Pavilion for Hopenhagen related events in December.