In the middle of Copenhagen, on the Danish railway’s old grounds, lies a piece of ‘undiscovered’ land with wild nature, blackberry bushes, a chicken coop, and old trees. Amidst all the greenery, lies BaneGaarden.
The nine old timber barns were built in 1909 by the Danish railway for storing wood and materials needed for tracks. Since 1950, the barns have been dormant, allowing nature to grow wild and lush.
Fortunately, the Danish railway chose to preserve the timber barns, and a new food and cultural destination as a green beacon in Copenhagen was established.
NB! The poster prize award ceremony will take place at the dinner!
Otto Busses Vej 45a, 2450 Copenhagen
29 June, 19:00-01:00
The price for a ticket is DKK 650 (€87).
The conference dinner can be opted for when registering for Bageco2023.
How to get there
Directions from Mærsk Tower to Banegaarden via Public Transport