The Little Mermaid StatueCurrently Open
- Address: Langelinie, 2100 København Ø, Denmark, Copenhagen
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Landmark, Historical Site, Statue, Family And Kids, Architecture
Copenhagen has had quite a hate-love affair with this statue. Since it was crafted in 1913, the staue has beeen defaced, vadalised or modified many times for various reasons, but the city has always restored it. . Based on Hans Christian Anderson’s popular character, the statue is Copenhagen’s most iconic landmark. Tourists don’t find much about her, butshe hold a great sway over Denmark, and there are those who swear that the statue is a true representation of the spirit of Denmark.
A mesmerising statue based on a iconic character of Hans Christian that we all are not only very familiar with, but are equally fascinated as well. No wonder, the place see a heavy crowd of people everyday. Open to all, there is no need to buy The Little Mermaid Tickets for the visit. Just visit the place anytime you want and immerse yourself in the beauty of this age old monument. With no hassle to buy the Tickets for The Little Mermaid Statue or worrying about heavy The Little Mermaid Ticket Prices, the place makes a perfect destination to chill out with your friends or family.
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93.66% of people who visit Copenhagen include The Little Mermaid Statue in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
36.9% of people start their The Little Mermaid Statue visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see The Little Mermaid Statue
93.33% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting The Little Mermaid Statue
The actual statue in itself is a little underwhelming, but the place as a whole is a nice spot to spend time. Have the right expectations and you can enjoy your visit here. Be prepared to be facing a bus load of tourists. Best would be to visit earthy in the morning and avoid the crowds
Not much effort to go there. it I went in the morning and the weather was so nice. The statue actually is not special (I should admit this!) but the way to the statue is nice and beautiful. I recommend u to use bicycle.
I cant recommend going out of your way to see this statue, but if you are close by or determined to see it, the walk there is beautiful. And the statue is cool. However, it is tiny, and a tourist trap. So you will be surrounded by lots of other people trying to get a look. Copenhagen is full of amazing statues, even a full size replica of the David statue. The mermaid statue was not any more amazing than all the others.
It is an interesting state located at the end of a very nice promenade. The statue get famous since its unveiling in 1913. It is based on the fairy tale of the same name by Danish author Hans Christian Andersen, the small and unimposing statue is a Copenhagen icon and it is a major tourist attraction.
It’s a small statue and very tourist packed. Location is a nice walk along the harbour front. If you can’t make it to this statue I would not worry about it. You are able to get quite close to this statue but touching it would be difficult. Disappointed in comparison to other statues in the city and around the world.