Age and Renaissance
From the Middle Age and Renaissance period the exhibition
presents Danish society and its daily life - as well
as international relations from 1050-1660 A.C..
Danish Church history before as well
as after the Reformation in 1536 -
is represented with a rich collection of church art
and "golden altars" from
12th and 13th century.
The Ethnographical Collection offers a captivating journey
around the world - starting with Native Americans and
ending with the Inuit. The exhibition
also includes a wide collection of artefacts from
Africa - India - Indonesia - New Guinea - New Zealand
- Japan - China - Central Asia and Siberia
- as well as world music from various cultures.
Special National Treasures
exhibition includes national historic treasures like
the Trundholm Chariot of the Sun, the
Egtved girl’s grave - the Gundestrup
Cauldron - The Golden Horns of Gallehus
- the Hoby tomb and much more.