National Museum Copenhagen
Denmark's largest museum of cultural history, the National Museum in Copenhagen is home to exhibitions documenting 14,000 years of Danish life, as well as exhibits about history and culture from all over the world.
Located in the city centre, the National Museum Copenhagen is easily reachable for those using both public and private transport. Those wishing to enjoy the best of cultural Copenhagen can take in sights including the National Museum and the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek art gallery, whilst based at the comfortable and convenient Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel.
Discover the Copenhagen National Museum of Denmark
From the reindeer-hunters of the Ice Age, to Viking stories and artefacts from the Middle Ages, the National Museum of Denmark showcases historical exhibits documenting thousands of years of European life. The National Museum is also home to Denmark's biggest and most varied collection of objects, preserved from Ancient Greek and Roman times.
After years of extensive renovations, the Danish pre-history section of the National Museum Copenhagen was re-opened in May 2008, telling stories of life in Denmark from 1560 to 2000. Exhibits documenting everything from day-to-day life to special occasions and decisions of the Danish state can be found throughout this fascinating museum, which offers interesting and educational experiences for visitors of all ages.
Stay at the Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel to explore the National Museum Copenhagen
For an ideally situated Copenhagen city hotel, visitors to the Denmark National Museum should look no further than the Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel. Located within walking distance of the city's top attractions and home to some of the Copenhagen's best restaurants, the Radisson Blu hotel is the perfect base for a Danish city break.