I went here on my own today and it was absolutely brilliant!!! I'm not really interested in royal stuff, religious stuff or Greeks and Romans but they were interesting. The prehistory section and Viki...
I have seen many museums but this is one of the few that was especially engaging - I really enjoyed myself and would love to return one day! It was like going into a time machine and stepping into var...
Great place to learn more about history, not only history of Denmark, but also some human and world history. However, i thought there were too many information which are too "new", as I usually prefer...
The Danish National Museum was the mansion of a rich merchant at first and later became the residence of the Danish Crown Prince. In 1807, it officially became the National Museum. It houses collections of royal treasures since 1650 and historical materials related to Danish culture, and is also a large museum in Denmark. The 3-story high building displays many antiquities of Danish prehistoric culture.
You can take both subway M1 or M2, and alight at Kongen Nytorv Station. Stroll along Little Kongensgade Street towards the West, through Gammel Strand Street, keep going straight and turn left into Ny Vestergade Street and you are there. The whole walking jouney will take about 14 minutes.
1.Please remain quiet while touring the museum and do not make any loud noises as it may affect the other visitors.