Visiting the Interesting Denmark Museums

Denmark defines the best of the Scandinavian culture and tradition as it is belongs to the top tourist destinations in the world. You will see different buildings, old churches, castles, and also its vibrant night life. Apart from these features, you get attracted to the interesting museums here as well. Whether you are a history buff or you just love art, you need to visit some of the beautiful museums here.

National Museum of Denmark

First up in the list is the Nationalmuseet found in Copenhagen, Denmark’s capital. It covers around 14,000 years of Danish history from the Ice Age, Vikings, and works of religious art during the middle Ages. This consists of exhibits found worldwide from Greenland to South America. You will see the following key areas in Nationalmuseet: ethnology, archaeology, numismatics, natural science, communication, and conservation.

Trapholt Museum

Not only will see art in this museum but also the modern fashion. You will see Kubeflex designs as one of the modern arts in Denmark. Arne Jacobsen designed and owned the place as a summer house.

ARos Aarhus Kunstmuseum

This is one of the largest museums in northern Europe with a total floor area of 17,000 square meters. You will find three different collections in this museum, namely: the Danish Golden Age, Danish Modernism, and the Contemporary Art. Its name was acquired from the Old Danish name of the city, Aarhus while Aros refers to the Latin word for art.

Skagens Museum

 

This exhibits an extensive collection of 19th and 20th century painter who worked in Skagen. The museum was founded in 1908 where the first idea was only to collect works by Skagen painters for constructing the building for exhibitions. It has a museum garden and dining room. It also has provided paintings exhibited online for people all around the world to access their works. 

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