Experience Copenhagen Cultural District
Within 10 minutes’ walk in the heart of the historic city centre 19 museums and cultural institutions make up Copenhagen Cultural District. Explore Danish and international culture and history in a small area with a large cultural significance.
October 10-18 is autumn break in Denmark, and as per tradition, museums and other cultural venues have special events, exhibitions and experiences to you. Copenhagen Culture District have more than 70 activities in their autumn break programme. (Note that some are in Danish).
Danish Architecture Center
Much more than a museum about Danish architecture, it's a full experience with walks, talks and more.
The Garden of The Royal Library
A delightful green space and public garden hidden behind The Black Diamond.
Royal Danish Library - The Black Diamond
The stunning modern addition and its historic older counterpart hold books, exhibitions, a cafe and much more.
The Theatre Museum at The Court Theatre
Discover the history of Denmark through set design, costumes and royal misbehaviour.
The Danish Jewish Museum
Jewish life in Denmark, presented in a museum designed by Daniel Liebeskind.
Copenhagen City Archives
The City Archives stores Copenhagen's most important records and documents, going back to 1275.
Danish War Museum
Showcasing Danish military history from the 1500s until today, from samurai swords to World War II and the war in Afghanistan.
Rigsarkivet (The Danish National Archives) collects and preserves historical sources.
Experience 800 years of royal history at the awe-inspiring Christiansborg Palace.
The Lapidarium of Kings
A lapidarium is like a retirement home for sculptures. Come explore sculptures of old at this unique museum.
Magical Tivoli Gardens is Copenhagen's central theme park. And one of the oldest in the world.