The National MuseumCurrently Closed
- Address: Prinsens Palæ, Ny Vestergade 10 1471 København K, Copenhagen, Denmark
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, History Museums, Family And Kids
Of all the museums in Denmark, this is the only one solely dedicated to preserving and exhibiting this countrys cultural heritage. 14000 years of Danish history is covered here, sensitively arrange to create a smooth flowing story. The exhibits cover a range of topics including archeology, ethnography and natural science. There’s no wa to cover it all in a brief visit. Prepare to spend at least a full day in here. It’s actually the place we ought to visit first in Denmark. Everything else you see in the city afterwards makes so much more sense.
- There are numerous temporary exhibits on display in the museum. Take note of the active ones during your visit. The Gallery comprises of a wide passageway that interfaced rooms and resting quarters, and emphasized more than enough space for perfect painstaking work. The stucco in the roof, the boards and the oak parquet floor are all supposed to be unique.
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50.99% of people who visit Copenhagen include The National Museum in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
76% of people start their The National Museum visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see The National Museum
52.38% of people prefer walking in order to reach The National Museum
Great place to get a very wide range of Denmark's history. From stone age to latest pop culture. Exhibitions are explained in Danish and English. Especially the 'secret' interactive events placed throughout the museum make it a special experience. 2-3 hours of you stroll through the entire place.
Was here with my company for offsite. We had a meeting room with good breakfast and cake in the afternoon. At 16 we had a guided tour of the museum and at 17 we had dinner in the restaurant. It is a nice place to go if you want to go somewhere different and experience a little cultural as well. Located close to the central station so easy to get to.
Very comprehensive museum, well directed with English on all the exhibits. See Denmark’s complete history with some key Danish heirlooms including the famed Golden Horns among other national treasures. This place is big and is housed in the old Prince’s Mansion (King Frederick V). Nice coffee shop inside and in the courtyard. Good gift shop with some unique items. Plan to spend a few hours here or more if you are a museum buff. Not to be missed.
I went here for free using the Copenhagen card and it was a great way to begin my day. I am as sure to hit the Danish history section along with the King’s curiosity collection which had a nice range of religious artifacts and iconography. The real hit is the viking and pre-Viking displays. This was top notch. I didn’t make it to the other sections as a quick but thorough pass the Danish section took a good 1.5 hours. Totally worth it.
Wow. The history of Denmark section is great but the ethnographic treasures are simply amazing. Could easily spend 2-3 hours here. Such great quality of exhibits. Has English text but no audio guide. Highly recommended visit!