Here is a list of museums in Copenhagen. Check out the most popular museums in Copenhagen to know more about frequently mentioned Museums from Copenhagen including Nationalmuseet, National Museum of Denmark (Nationalmuseet), Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Thorvaldsens Museum, Arbejdermuseet og Arbejderbevægelsens Bibliotek & Arkiv, Davids Samling, Tycho Brahe Planetarium, Guinness World Records Museum! Danmark
Dantes Plads 7 (ved H.C. Andersens Boulevard) 1556 København V Denmark
This museum, founded in 1888, invites you to discover Northern Europe’s largest collection of Ancient Mediterranean art and visit the leading collection of French Impressionist paintings in Denmark.
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Guinness World Record Museum
Visit the only Guinness World Records Museum across Europe!
The most amazing and incredible records from around the world.
Fastest, highest, strongest - and lay there all the superlatives you can think of. Then you have the concept behind the Guinness World Records.
This castle is well worth the price of admission. With the Copenhagen card it is free to enter. You need to get the ticket from the counter first. There are lockers for you to put your bags into. No big bags. There is also a gift shop. The collection of Knick knacks etc are huge and beautiful. The crown Jewels are on display also.
This has got to be the best museum in Copenhagen! Especially fascinating is the exhibition called "The Body Collected" at which real body parts and organs used in medical research and studies are displayed. This place gives you a good insight on the past and present of medicine. I'd recommend having at least an hour and a half to spend here.
Very interesting museum. You can learn a lot about the history of medicine. And staff is so lovely, helpful.
It is not a big museum but gives you a realistis picture of ww2.
I had a wonderful experience here. It's a free museum and the Danish resistance is so interesting! I highly recommend it. It's a small museum, so don't expect it to be huge or to take more than an hour or so to go through, but the exhibits are interesting, and you can read the plaques in English.
A modern art gallery in a former church. It's rather worth visiting even though there aren't many exhibitions. It takes less than an hour to visit it. Kids friendly.
You can visit Thorvaldsen museum with the same ticket for free.
I have not visited any exposition (the price seemed too high) but the building itself is amazing. It has been a church for a while, then became a firehouse and now it is an Art Center. Very impressive from both inside and outside.
A quaint little house, which takes you back in time. Very informative, but not really interactive. The house itself is tiny, it's hard to believe 3 families lived here. I'd definitely recommend a visit if you're in the area but it's easy to get confused and end up going to the actual museum by mistake...yup that's what we did.
If you are a fan of his work, it is neat to ready about each of his big stories. The animations were neat but it seems a bit outdated.
Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek is an art museum of international stature in the centre of Copenhagen. The Glyptotek houses over 10,000 works of art, from the Mediterranean cradle of Western culture to the Danish and French art from the 19th and 20th centuries.