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Museums & Art Collections
Meet and soak up Danish Cultural History through generations - in and beyond Copenhagen!
 
 
 
Museums - Art Galleries - Permanent Exhibitions and Collections - Castles & Royal Mausoleum
 
Museums in Copenhagen - Free Admission
All youngsters under 18 - have free access to all National Museums in Denmark.
All Historical Churches and the Cathedral in Copenhagen - Free entrance all year round.

See below - all Museums in Copenhagen with Free Admission on selected days.
 
 
The National Museum of Denmark
 
The Danes History & Culture
At the National Museum visitors can follow the history of the Danes right up to the present day.
 
The Sun Chariot
The Sun Chariot from the 13th century is a national symbol and relic displayed at the National Museum.
The National Museum


Danish History -
and A Part of the Danish Cultural Heritage!


The National Museum is Denmark’s largest museum of Danish cultural history. The museum's main domicile is a classical 18th century palace mansion - and is the museum for all of Denmark - where you can follow the history of the Danes right up to the present day.

The Sun Chariot from the 13th century - and the Golden Horns of Gallehus from the early 5th century are national symbols and relics that draw visitors from all over the world to experience and admire.

The Prince's Palace
The National Museum is centrally located beside Christiansborg Palace in a classic 18th century mansion called The Prince's Palace - and was the residence of Crown Prince Frederik (V) and Crown Princess Louise - as well as other members of the royal family. The first Palace on this plot was built in 1684 - and is one of the oldest Rococo palaces in Denmark. The present building was completed in 1743-1744 by leading court architect Nicolai Eigtved - the master architect of the Amalienborg Palaces and Frederiksstad. In 1892 the palace properties was taken over by the National Museum and provides the current museum area with a historical atmosphere and stately surroundings.

The National Museum

 

 
 
The Open Air Museum - Danish Prehistory (Frilandsmuseet)
 
Danish Cultural Heritage
Old farmhouse from 18th century.
The Open Air Museum

Danish History - and A Part of the Danish Cultural Heritage!



The Open Air Museum (Frilandsmuseet) north of Copenhagen is one of the largest and oldest in the world. The Museum Spread across 86 acres of land - and today the museum houses more than 50 farms - mills and houses from the period 1650-1950. The Open Air Museum is a must for every tourist visiting Copenhagen!
 

Open Air Museum


 
 
The Danish Resistance Museum
 
Occupation of Denmark in 1940-45
Self made resistance vehicle in use 1945 - exhibited outside at the Resistance Museum.
The Danish Resistance Museum

History of the Occupation and Danish Resistance!



The museum tells the story of Danish resistance during the Nazi occupation 1940-1945. It springs from an exhibition called Fighting Denmark - arranged by the Resistance Council in the summer of 1945. In 1957 a permanent museum was opened on the present location. The exhibition you see today was inaugurated in 1995 - with authentic photos - weapons - ID cards - uniforms and much more.

OBS!
The Museum of Danish Resistance was raged by a devastating fire on April 28. - 2013. The museum building suffered massive damage - and it is presently uncertain - if the property can be saved and rebuilt. Fortunately - no historical artefacts or priceless objects were damaged by the fire.

The new building that will house the Danish Resistance Museum is schedule to open at the end of 2018 - on the same spot and location nearby the Churchill Park.

Danish Resistance Museum

 

 
 
Copenhagen City Museum
 
Copenhagen's Museum
The City Museum houses a vast collection of art and artefacts that tells the history of Copenhagen.
Copenhagen City Museum


History of Copenhagen!


Free Entry - Every Friday

The City Museum of Copenhagen shows fascinating works of art - models - interiors photographs and artefacts related to the history of Copenhagen that were gathered at the onset of the 20th century and stored in the capital's new City Hall. These collections have been continually expanded upon throughout the 21st century. The Museum of Copenhagen's areas of responsibility and assignments in relation to the city of Copenhagen have also grown in size and depth during this period.

The Museum of Copenhagen was housed in the attic of Copenhagen's City Hall up until the 1950s - when it was transferred to the former premises of the Royal Shooting Society on Vesterbro. The documentation of the loners of Copenhagen has always been part of the Museum's collections - as of Søren A. Kierkegaard one of the world's famous Copenhageners and Danes - or of the Pastime Maid and other original street characters.


City Museum

OBS!
Copenhagen Museum is temporarily closed - and will move to new locations in central Copenhagen with the aim to open again in 2018.


 
 
Thorvaldsens Museum
 
Museum of Sculptures
Statue of Polish General Poniatowski - from 1846. The president Palace - Warsaw.
 
The sculpture of Christ
The sculpture of Christ is one of the most popular works of Thorvaldsen - and placed at Copenhagen’s Cathedral.
Thorvaldsens Museum


Collection of art -
sculptures - paintings - antique objects - books etc!

Free Entry - Every Wednesday!

The Bertel Thorvaldsen Sculpture Museum with works of Danish Sculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen (1770-1844) - showing his collection of paintings and sculptures.

Visitor will experience Pope Pius 7th plaster monument that was modelled 1824-25 - by Bertel Thorvaldsen - and unveiled in the marble in St Peter’s Church in 1831. The huge marble monument can be admired at the tomb of Pope Pius 7th in St. Peter's Cathedral and Basilica - Vatican City - Rome. Pope Pius 7th was pope from 1800 to his death in 1823.

Thorvaldsen’s sculpture - depicting Christ - was one of the most popular works of Bertel Thorvaldsen. The sculpture depicts the resurrected Christ revealing himself to the congregation with marks on his hands and feet from the crucifixion. The sculpture of Christ in marble is placed at the high alter at Vor Frue Kirke (The Church of Our Lady) also named Copenhagen’s Cathedral together with the marbles sculptures of the 12 disciples and the baptismal font.

Thorvaldsens Museum

 

 
 
The Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek
 
Sculptures and Paintings
There is a wide collections of sculptures and a broad art collection of genuine paintings and art.
 
Claude Monet - Flood at Giverny
Claude Monet - Flood at Giverny - Oil on canvas - 1896-1897- is a part of the art collection at Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek.
Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek

Extensive collections of Sculptures and Paintings
!

Free Entry - Every Tuesday
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The Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek with its beautiful sub-tropical Winter Garden - and extensive collections of sculptures and paintings surrounded by a museum building created in the fine art of classicism and inaugurated in 1897 - is a place of art and culture in Copenhagen.

A broad art collection of genuine paintings by famous Impressionists like Monet - Renoir - Degas - Cézanne - and other leading Post Impressionists as van Gogh - Toulouse-Lautrec - Paul Gauguin etc. - are well represented too - and on display in the new building.


“Glyptotheca”
A “glyptotheca” is a building or room devoted to works of sculpture - and The Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek houses more than 10,000 works with the largest collection of ancient art in Northern Europe - which makes it one of the most popular art museums in Denmark and Scandinavia.



Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek
 
 
The Hirschsprung Art Collection
 
Danish Art & Master Painters
A nude woman doing her hair before a mirror. C.W. Eckersberg - 1841.
 
The beach at Skagen
P.S. Krøyer's famous masterpiece - Summer evening on the beach at Skagen. Portraying the painter and his wife 1899.
The Hirschsprung Collection

Genuine Danish Art from the19th and early 20th century
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The Hirschsprung Collection is beautifully situated in the green parklands of the Østre Anlæg on the old ramparts of Copenhagen. The museum houses Heinrich and Pauline Hirschsprung's collection of Danish art - and first opened its doors to the public in the summer of 1911.

As a collector - Henrich Hirschsprung was influenced by the naturalistic view of art of his day - the aim of which was to create a sober sense of reality. He saw the Golden Age in the same light - but at the same time he was able to go along with the change to a symbolist style in the 1890s - and he early had an eye for the artistic qualities in the otherwise unheeded sketches.
At the Museum - one will experience works of Danish Master Painters like: P.S. Krøyer - C.W. Eckersberg - Michael Ancher - Anna Ancher - J.Th. Lundbye - Christen Købke - Kristian Zahrtmann - Vilhelm Hammershøi - L.A. Ring and many more celebrities from the magnificent Danish art world from past centuries.

The Hirschsprung Collection

 
 
Rosenborg Castle
 
Royal Summer Residence
Rosenborg Castle from 1606 - and the beautiful King's Garden was build and established by King Christian IV - as his summer residence.
 
The Crown Jewels
The Crown of King Christian V - and Queen Charlotte Amalie from 1670 - are kept safely in the castle cellar.
Rosenborg Castle - King Christian IVs Castle

Rosenborg is a Part of Royal Danish history - and Danish Cultural Heritage!


A Renaissance Summer Residence
He built Rosenborg - He lived all his life at Rosenborg - He died at his beloved Rosenborg. And most of his adult life - King Christian IV just adored his favourite summer residence - Rosenborg Castle. Here you will find royal history - antique work of art - royal artefacts and ornaments - plus a beautiful park area - called the King's Garden (Kongens Have). The castle museum enlightens the history of the Danish Oldenburg Kings & dynasty through 300 years.

The Crown Jewels - Museum
In 1838 - Rosenborg Castle was opened as a museum to the public together with the Royal Crown Jewels - as well as the Danish Crown Regalia that is kept safely in the castle cellars.

A Great Tourist attraction
The Rosenborg renaissance castle and royal museum is a great tourist attraction in Copenhagen - and located in the centre of the town. The King's Garden is the oldest royal garden in Denmark - which also was established in renaissance style by King Christian IV. The royal park and garden area is a very popular retreat and haven for Copenhageners and tourists - and is visited by an estimated of 2.5 million people every year.


Rosenborg Castle - King Christian IVs Castle
 
 
Amalienborg Museum
 
The Glücksborg Dynasty
The Amalienborg Museum displays the private royal apartments from 1863 up to 1972 - covering the Glücksborg Dynasty's lifestyle.
Amalienborg Museum - King Christian VIII's Palace

Royal History through Genrations!


King Christian VIII's Palace houses the Amalienborg Museum that displays the history of the Glücksborg Dynasty - as well as their private royal apartments from 1863 up to 1972 - including the original furnishings for each royal quarter - plus many exiting artefacts and robes - which was collected during centuries.

Amalienborg Museum - King Christian VIII's Palace



 
 
The Workers Museum - Copenhagen
 
The Workers Museum
A genuine working class apartment fully furnished in the 1950's is exhibited and is a gem at the Workers Museum in Copenhagen.
 
Life in Denmark - 1950s
A nursery on their daily tour in 1950 - with specially trained nurses to look after the working class children - while both parents were at work.


Walk right into Danish History and Heritage from the modern city life and the pulsating living street!

When the weather outside is for indoor activities and for field trips to inside venues - we suggest that you visit the amazing “Workers Museum” in Copenhagen - where you will be introduced to the Danish way of everyday living for the working class in the 1950’s - and after the war years.

The Workers Museum’s exhibition about the 1950s depicts the living conditions of a working-class family in the years following the Second World War. Despite shortages and rationing this period heralded a new time to come as families had more money to spend and the consumer culture - heavily influenced by American ideals - gained ground.

Take a historical tour back in time and see how the working class Danes lived and how their social life functioned together with the recreational activities offered in this period - where the growing Labour movement struggled for better living conditions and social rights in Denmark.

While visiting the museum - you will experience how the furniture and interior in small jammed apartments plus clothing for three generations was developed up to our time. You will also get a pure realistic look into the working class culture in Copenhagen from about 1885 - where the museum building from 1879 talks for itself - and where comrade Lenin and socialist campaigner Rosa Luxembourg have given momentous speeches in the great Assembly Hall.

The Workers Museum will give foreigners a better base of understanding Danish culture - traditions - mentality and fundamental democratic values.

 
 
The National Gallery of Denmark
 
Danish Art & History
The National Gallery of Denmark displays 700 years of Western art and Danish cultural history in an old palace mansion from 1896.
The National Gallery

Art & History - A Part of the Danish Cultural Heritage



The National Gallery of Denmark is permanently exhibiting 700 years of Western art and Danish cultural history. The collection includes works by Tizian and Mantegna - Rubens and Rembrandt - and many more famous painters and other international artists.

A special collection is present with Danish artists and painters from the Golden Age era. Such as Eckersberg and Købke - and 20th century artists such as Henri Matisse - Edvard Munch - Emil Nolde - as well as the Danish artists Asger Jorn - Per Kirkeby and many more.

The National Gallery

 
 
 
Nostalgic & Vintage Tourism Posters
 
 
Museums & Castles Beyond Copenhagen
 
 
The Ark (Arken) - Museum of Modern Art
 
The Ark - Arken Museum
The Museum of Modern Art is situated 20 km from Copenhagen.
The Ark - ARKEN Museum

A Museum of Modern Art
on the seashores of Oresound!

Just 20 kilometres (12 miles) south of Copenhagen is The ARKEN Museum of Modern Art situated. The modern art collection comprises more than 300 works of art. The main part of them can be seen in ARKEN's permanent exhibition.

The ARKEN collects Danish - Nordic and international art with special emphasis on contemporary art from 1990 onwards.

ARKEN Museum - The Ark

 
 
The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art
 
Modern Art at the Sound
Enjoy modern art in fresh air - and panoramic view across the Oresund at Louisiana.
 
Contemporary Art
Louisiana offers the latest international contemporary art and 4-6 temporary exhibitions every year in the series Louisiana Contemporary.
Louisiana - Museum of Modern Art

Modern Art - And a panoramic view across the Oresund
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The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art is located in northern Zealand with a panoramic view across the Oresund. The museum frames the sculpture park facing the sea - and the interaction between art - nature and the museum architecture is quite unique.

Louisiana is an international museum with a considerable collection of modern art. The museum’s permanent collection includes more than 3000 works - and is one of the largest in Scandinavia. The collection takes its point of departure in the period after 1945 - including famous artists like Picasso - Giacometti - Dubuffet - Yves Klein - Andy Warhol - Rauschenberg - Henry Moore - Louise Bourgeois - Philip Guston - Morris Louis - Asger Jorn - Baselitz - Polke - Kiefer and Per Kirkeby.

Every year Louisiana offers 4-6 temporary exhibitions - presenting both great modernist artists and the latest international contemporary art in the series Louisiana Contemporary.

 
Excursion and field trip to Louisiana
Our Inbound Travel Service Team offers comprehensive excursion and field trip to The Louisiana Art Museum with a professional Guided Tour and Inspirational Storytelling together with a luncheon package - which will be consumed in or outside the Louisiana restaurant located on the seashores of the beautiful Oresound - with a spectacular view over the Sound to the coastline of Sweden.

This excursion can be combined with a tour to other Museums and Castles in and around the North Sealand area.

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The Danish Museum of Hunting and Forestry
 
Museum of Hunting and Forestry
The Museum of Hunting and Forestry takes visitors way back in time - from the Stone Age to our present century.
The Danish Museum of Hunting and Forestry

A Part of the Danish Cultural Heritage
!

Free Entry - Every Wednesday


The Danish Museum of Hunting and Forestry takes you way back in time - from the Stone Age up to our time - with a vast collection of artefacts and antique hunting gear that covers the cultural history - and the development of hunting and forestry in Denmark.

The Danish Museum of Hunting and Forestry


OBS!
The Danish Museum of Hunting and Forestry has moved to the peninsula of “Djursland” - located in the eastern province of Jutland - and will be a part of the “Green Museum" from January - 2017.

 

 
 
The Karen Blixen Museum
 
"Ewald’s Room" - and Blixen's Study
"Ewald’s Room" where Karen Blixen wrote many of her internationally renowned stories surrounded by her many artefacts from Africa.
The Karen Blixen Museum - Rungstedlund


World literature - Art - History - and Danish Cultural Heritage
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Beside the private home of Karen Blixen - The Karen Blixen Museum has a documentary exhibition about Karen Blixen’s life and work - Karen Blixen’s drawings and paintings - plus special exhibitions and activities.

Karen Blixen’s birthplace Rungstedlund - and museum is situated in North Sealand - just on the sea shores of Oresound - and the landscape behind has 40 acres of park and garden - meadows - groves - and her final resting place on “Ewald’s Hill”. The area is preserved as a bird sanctuary.

The Karen Blixen Museum - Rungstedlund

 
 
Kronborg Castle - 1574
 
"Hamlets Castle"
Kronborg Castle is also called "Hamlets Castle" - immortalised by Shakespeare - and built in 1574-1584 - by King Frederik II.
 
 
Kronborg Castle was added to the World Heritage List year 2000 - by the UN organization UNESCO - and is now a member of the world's cultural legacy.
 
 
 
Kronborg Castle - 1574
Danish History - and Danish Cultural Heritage!

"Hamlest Castle"
Kronborg Castle or Hamlets Castle - immortalised by Shakespeare - is situated at Helsingør or "Elsinore" and built by King Frederik II in 1574-84. See all the antique furnishings - medieval artefacts - casemates - military barracks etc. - plus a beautiful view over the bustling Oresound to Sweden and Helsingborg city.

Kronborg Castle
Kronborg Castle is built by King Frederik II in 1574-84. After the fire in 1629 - his son the great builder among Danish Kings Christian IV (King from 1577-1648 - ruled Denmark and Norway 1588-1648) completed the building of Kronborg Castle in 1638. Kronborg Castle is built on the spit of North Sealand - and placed at the entrance of Øresund (Oresound) - which was the ideal position to collect Sound Duties from ships entering the waters of the Sound and Strait between the seashores of Denmark and Sweden to secure state taxes and revenues - but is also situated strategically as a heavy fortress to defend the Kingdom of Denmark.

Kronborg Castle - Hamlets Castle

 
Excursion and field trip to Historic Castle - Palaces & Museums
Our Inbound Travel Service Team offers comprehensive excursion and field trip to all the magnificent and historic Castle’s - Palaces and Museums in and around North Sealand - and if preferred together with a luncheon package - which will be consumed at selected venues - with delightful views over the North Sealand Landscape or Coastline. The excursion can be combined with a tour to other Museums and Castles in and beyond the North Sealand peninsular.

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The Danish Maritime Museum
 
Danish Maritime Museum
The Danish Maritime Museum offers more than 600 years of exciting naval history with numerous historical and maritime artefacts - paintings and objects. Kronborg Castle is illuminated at the back.
 
Interactive Exhibition
The Danish Maritime Museum provides the visitors with an intelligent and interactive exhibition with film projections and games for all ages.
The Danish Maritime Museum

The Danish Maritime Museum is a "must see" cultural and historical venue that is situated in new spellbinding surroundings in the former dry dock of Elsinore Shipyard that is swept in shipbuilding history since 1882 - and just nearby the coastline of East Sealand - and neighbour to legendary Kronborg Castle that once was the gatekeeper to the Baltic Sea. The Museum exhibits many fascinating and historical objects - paintings and photographs that portrays the history of Danish shipping and naval history from the early 15th century up to our time. The Maritime Museum of Denmark tells the story of Denmark as one of the world’s leading seafaring nations that challenged the seven oceans with superb seamanship and global trade - which since made the maritime transport with Danish vessels to be a vital source of income to Denmark. The Danes have proud sailing traditions as merchants since the Viking era - where the Vikings were great explorers and voyagers.

Over 600 years of exciting Naval History
The Danish Maritime Museum provides visitors with over 600 years of exciting naval history that goes hand in hand with all the historical and maritime artefacts the visitor will voyage through in a spectacular set-up - as well as exploring the Danish maritime world and the life of the courageous naval personal and brave sailors plus their ongoing activities and enthusiastic skills at sea - in peace and at wartime. The Naval Museum also offers their guests an intelligent and interactive exhibition with film projections and games that will give visitors of all ages an extraordinary experience - which later will be reminded as an inspirational and unforgettable break and stay in a captivating maritime and naval environment.



 
 
Frederiksborg Castle - 1600
 
A Renaissance Edifice - 1600
Frederiksborg Castle from 1600 - houses the Museum of National History. The castle is the finest and biggest Renaissance edifice ever seen in Northern Europe.
Frederiksborg Castle - Museum of National History

National Art & History - and Danish Cultural Heritage
!

Frederiksborg Castle - Museum of National History is situated in the town of Hillerød with a unique art collection that is world famous - and a sanctuary for art lovers - as well as for new and old museum goers.

A visit at these Royal premises and authentic surroundings is a must - and will bring one back in Danish and Royal history for ever!


Frederiksborg Castle - Museum of National History
 
Excursion and field trip to Historic Castle - Palaces & Museums
Our Inbound Travel Service Team offers comprehensive excursion and field trip to all the magnificent and historic Castle’s - Palaces and Museums in and around North Sealand - and if preferred together with a luncheon package - which will be consumed at selected venues - with delightful views over the North Sealand Landscape or Coastline. The excursion can be combined with a tour to other Museums and Castles in and beyond the North Sealand peninsular.

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Jægerspris Castle & Royal Museum
 
Jægerspris Castle - 1300
Jægerpris Castle from 1300 - houses the Museum and the living quarter of King Frederik VII and Countess Danner plus numeous artefacts from the Royal couple’s private collections.
 
The Royal Museum
The Royal Audience Hall at Jægerspris Castle - with the golden statue of King Christian IV - as a central monument in tasteful surroundings.
 
Jægerspris Castle & Royal Museum

The quite remarkable Jægerspris Castle is situated outside of the small town Jægerspris - located in mid Sealand on the Hornsherred peninsula with the calm waters of scenic Roskilde Fjord and Isefjord as neighbours. The Baroque Jægerspris Castle from around 1300 - has been the property of Danish monarchs since the 13th century - and was the retreat castle for King Frederik VII - who was the last Oldenburg King of Denmark to rule as an absolute monarch - and who signed the first Danish Constitution in 1849 - which mainly gave all Danes their democratic rights - and governing is still based on these everlasting reforms. King Frederik VII (1808-1863 – ruled Denmark 1848-63) - lived at Jægerspris Castle together with his beloved wife Countess Danner from 1854 - until his death in 1863. Countess Danner opened the Castle for the public in 1866 - and turned some of the Castle buildings into an asylum for poor women and homeless orphans.

Visitors can experience the private living quarters of King Frederik VII and Countess Danner - as well as the beautiful park area - where the park also contains Countess Danner’s burial mound.
 
Excursion and field trip to Historic Castle - Palaces & Museums
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Royal Mausoleum
 
Roskilde Cathedral
Roskilde Cathedral - the Royal Mausoleum - and the final resting place for all the Danish Royalties since the 15th century.
 
In 1995 Roskilde Cathedral was included in UNESCO's list of the world's inalienable cultural treasures and selected by UNESCO as a World Heritage site.
Roskilde Cathedral - The Royal Mausoleum

Royal History - and Danish Cultural Heritage
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Roskilde Cathedral from the 12th century houses the biggest and most outstanding Mausoleum in the world - as it is the final resting place for all the Danish Royalties since the 15th century - and after the protestant reformation in 1536.

There are gorgeous sarcophaguses of 39 Kings and Queens - as well as family members of successive rulers and their descendants.


Royal Mausoleum - Roskilde Cathedral




 
 
*The Viking Ship Museum - Roskilde
 
Five Prehistoric Ships
Five prehistoric ships from the Viking period around 1030-50 A.C. is exhibited at the Viking Ship Museum - that is beautifully located on the seashores of Roskilde Fjord.
 
Tours in Viking Ships
There are daily tours for visitors in reconstructed Viking Vessels - who can enjoy the scenic Roskilde Fjord plus test their skills as Vikings at sea.
 
Viking Ship Building
Visitors can follow the creation of new Viking Ships at the ship building venue of the Viking Ship Museum - which is a fascinating experience.
 
The Viking Ship Museum
Danish Viking Culture & Viking Heritage

The Viking Ship Museum is located attractively on the seashores of pictureques Roskilde Fjord - where visitor will be taken back to over thousand years of Danish Viking history and splendid ship-building traditions of the Viking Age - as well as the display of five prehistoric ships from the Viking period around 1030-50 A.C. - which was found in 1960
- nearby the Viking Ship Museum venue - and purposely sunk down by the Vikings at the bottom of Roskilde fjord - as a shield against sea-based foreign intruders and plundering enemies.

Visitors will experience the activities around the always busy ship building area - were new replicas are built of ancient Viking Ships - and guest can take a trip in one of these Vikings Boats on Roskilde Fjord. The ship collection includes around 40 small and big Viking Vessels - all built at the primitive shipyard of the Viking Ship Museum and located at the museum’s harbour. The Danes have proud sailing traditions as merchants since the Viking era - where the Vikings were great explorers and voyagers.

The Viking Ship Museum at Roskilde Fjord - will tell a fascinating and exciting story about the Danish Vikings and their well organised lifestyle and thriving settlements during the Viking era in Denmark - that is supported with numerous historical artefacts and archaeological gems plus the main focus on the primeval Viking Ships and the reconstructed Viking Vessels that will give the spectators the full insight in the rich Danish Viking Culture and the Vikings legacy - as being great shipbuilders that turned them into genuine Masters and Explorers of the Sea. The Danes are enormously proud of being the descendants of these courageous Viking warriors and enterprising merchants - that also is a vital part of the Danes Viking Heritage - and Denmark - which is best known as Viking Country.

 
 
 
Museums in Copenhagen - Free Admission
All youngsters under 18 - have free access to all National Museums in Denmark.
All Historical Churches and the Cathedral in Copenhagen - Free entrance all year round.

See below - all Museums in Copenhagen with Free Admission on selected days.
 
Museums in Copenhagen with free entrance all year round
- The Banking and Savings Bank Museum
- The David Collection
- The Diesel House
- The Post and Telegraph Museum
- Møstings Hus

Museums in Copenhagen with free entrance all on Tuesdays

- Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek

Museums in Copenhagen with free entrance all on Wednesdays

- Danish Architecture Centre,
- Danish Museum of Hunting and Forestry
- The Hirschsprung Collection
- Royal Arsenal Museum
- Royal Danish Naval Museum
- Thorvaldsen Museum

Museums in Copenhagen with free entrance all on Fridays

- Museum of Copenhagen
 
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