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Best things to do in Copenhagen

Art Museum
“Great art. Interesting architecture, check out the view over Østre Anlæg. Make up your own mind about the café. Food & drinks in Copenhagen costs...”
522 locals recommend
Palace
“Amalienborg is the queens palace, where she lives. It is a beautiful sight, facing the Opera house on one side and the Frederiks church on the other. You will see the characteristic guards, in their history outfit. ”
455 locals recommend
History Museum
“If you really want to experience the history of the Danes, the National Museum is a must, as it presents the Vikings from A to Z. Numerous outfits, artefacts and rune stones are on display.”
198 locals recommend
Art Museum
“Glyptoteket is a historic museum, with a beautiful garden inside and outside. There are several historical artefacts and a cafe where you can enjoy a snack and overlook the beautiful garden. Its free on Tuesday.”
217 locals recommend
Palace
“A beutiful piece of history in Copenhagen. Here lies the Royal Danish Crown Jewels guarded by The Royal Queens Guard. It is located right next to the Royal Queens Guard’s barracks. Be there at 10.00 to see the Guards chance shifts and to see the Royal Queens Guard preparing the the yard. ”
144 locals recommend
Art Museum
“Sight & Food D in Denmark is for Design Danish Design Museum Try Klint Restaurant in the Danish Design Museum They have the best smørrebrød :) along with some other Danish culinary Try the 3-course menu for 200kr on Wedsnesday”
98 locals recommend
Palace
“A popular museum that stores the Danish crown jewels and tells a lot of history of the Danish royalties. ”
106 locals recommend
Planetarium
“The planetarium has a cinema that shows interesting documentaries on a huge IMAX style screen. Great for rainy days.”
118 locals recommend
Park
“Magical exhibition space in old water reservoir in the middle of the park. ”
100 locals recommend
Historic Site
“The site where Carslberg was founded, where you can learn the history of the brewery, ride in a horse carriage and try different beers with food options too.”
93 locals recommend
College Library
“The Royal Library is made up of two sections: the original building, founded in 1648, and the modern extension, completed in 1999. The newer part of the library sits on the shores of Copenhagen harbour, and is known as the Black Diamond due to its marble exterior. The interior is a fascinating piece of architecture, whose central hall is accessible to the public.”
66 locals recommend
Museum
“Very beautiful part of Copenhagen which shows an important part of Danish history”
66 locals recommend
Museum
“The David Collection in Copenhagen is the largest collection of Islamic art in Scandinavia. The entry has been free of charge, all the times, I have visited David samling. ”
50 locals recommend
Museum
“Thorvaldsens Museum opened on the 18 September 1848 and was the first public museum building in Denmark. Nowhere else in the world can you experience all the works art by the Danish artist Bertel Thorvaldsen (1770-1844).”
44 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Both beautiful building, courtyard, and art. Plus the restaurant Apollo serves great food”
39 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Denmark is famous for its architecture both new and old, this new huge building on the harbour is a great place to learn more. You can also book walking tours to get to know the city with an expert guide ”
51 locals recommend