By Jeni Porter Jeni is a contributing editor to Ark Journal and one of our local contributors covering Copenhagen's culture, gastronomy and urban development.
Whether you're into contemporary art, theatre, ancient sculptures, design classics or heavy metal concerts, Copenhagen is ready to entertain, teach, inspire and impress you.
With heavyweights like the The Royal Danish Opera House and Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, the cultural scene in the city is well established. That doesn't keep new-comers from flourishing, as new galleries and design keeps appearing around Copenhagen.
Our local contributor Jeni Porter, an art and culture expert, is giving you the ins and outs of the Copenhagen art scene.
The world of Danish design is one worth exploring. From furniture and clothing to world-class art and innovative bike bridges, Copenhagen delivers on all perimeters.
Whether you're interested in art, culture, history or design, Copenhagen has a museum for your liking.
Copenhagen oozes history, with its cobblestone narrow streets, old timbered houses, ancient castles and palaces. Throughout the city, loads of museums specialize in the most important periods in Danish history, where you get to dive deep into the past. Here are the best of the bunch!
Just as Copenhagen focuses on fashion and culture, so does the city have a sweet spot for music. The many venues ensure that there's a concert to catch every day, and festivals such as Jazz, Distortion, and Roskilde take over the city to celebrate music and all that goes with it.
The contemporary art exhibition space, Kunsthal Charlottenborg has curated an art bike tour free for all to download and explore. There's no better way to see Copenhagen than from a bike, so why not mix it with the urge to explore Copenhagen's art scene.