One of the most fascinating museums in the world, Louisiana will likely prove to be the highlight of any visit to Copenhagen.
Established in 1888 by brewing magnate Carl Jacobsen to provide a public home for his personal art, the Glyptotek today houses a world-class collection.
Explore Danish history from the prehistoric past to the present day in the country's largest museum. Both the Inuit and Viking performances are entertaining.
The National Art Museum of Denmark remains the city's biggest cultural attraction, with works of art from the 14th century to the present day.
Dedicated to the work of internationally acclaimed neoclassical sculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen, this beautiful museum is a hidden gem. Right next to the Danish Parliament.
To see this cultural and architectural gem, it's well worth catching a train to the coastal town of Ishøj, just 20km south of Copenhagen.
Located in the beautiful Ostre Anlag park, behind the massive Statens Museum of Kunst, this comparatively bijou museum houses 19th and early 20th century art.
Housed in an 18th-century building that was once the Royal Academy of Surgeons, this charming little museum houses one of the richest collections of medical artefacts in Europe.
An elegant 19th-century townhouse opposite the King's Garden, today home to a stunning collection of art and artifacts collected by Danish lawyer Christian Ludwig David.