The National Museum of Denmark is the country's main cultural history museum, encompassing the histories of both Danish and foreign cultures.
Among the exhibited treasures are objects from the Vikings' voyages, medieval church relics, and the world's largest collection of golden altars—all from Denmark. Explore Denmark's oldest coin, weapons and jewelry from the Iron Age, and fascinating findings from the Stone and Bronze Ages.
Experience stories of everyday life and momentous occasions in Denmark from 1560 to 2000. The ethnographic collections span the globe, featuring objects from American Indians, Mongolian and Maori people, Eskimos, and more.
Ready to dive into history? Join our Hop On-Hop Off bus that stops at the National Museum of Denmark, and embark on a journey through time.
Address: Ny Vestergade 10 / Prinsens Palæ / 1471 Copenhagen K