A nice variety of different topics. Too bad there is no audio guide. Section on Vikings a bit light.
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The National Museum of Denmark was absolutely amazing, and without any doubt one of the best in its kind. The place is huge (you'll need at least a full day to see everything), but thanks to the great set-up, very easy to navigate without missing...More
It seemed quite a new museum with what seemed like a National Trust house at its centre. It took us through the changes in Denmark from one century to another. The latest guide book says it is free of charge, but, it is not. There...More
A large museum, perhaps too large to fully cover it in one visit! I liked the prehistoric part and the section on danish middle ages & renaissance and also the arctic ethnographical stuff. Looking back, I would next time skip the "peoples of the earth"...More
My wife & I found this museum to be excellent. We especially liked the Danish pre-historic and the Middle Ages sections; they were fascinating. The exhibits were chronological and well illustrated and explained. This was one of the better and more informative National Museums we...More
Mostly traditional but in certain areas the renewed setup takes you time travelling through the stone- and bronze ages of ancient Denmark, from way before anybody ever thought of a Denmark. Meet the mumified girl who was laid to rest in a moor, the animals...More
Parts are renovated but mostly and older museum and set up as such . Lots of exhibits but a bit crammed together. Good place to learn about Danish history.
You must visit the National Museum There are free guided tours (We had Copenhagen Cards, you have to pay to get in if you don't) and the guides are really nice. It is nice to listen to the stories from the past, learn, ask about...More