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Science and Nature Museums

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How big is the universe? What color is a soap bubble? And what did the first humans look like? Learning about the universe and our world is really fun, breathtaking and maybe a little scary? These museums take you on a learning path that's anything but boring!

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Natural History Museum of Denmark
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Natural History Museum of Denmark

Natural History Museum of Denmark is the Danish national museum for nature and is beautifully located in the corner of the Botanical Garden close to Nørreport Station in the heart of Copenhagen. Marve...

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Planetarium
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Planetarium

Discover the secrets of the universe at the Tycho Brahe Planetarium.

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Green ExperienceExperimentarium
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Experimentarium

Forget any school memories you may have of boring science classes and dry textbooks. Denmark’s leading science centre has been capturing the imagination of adults and children alike for over thirty ye...

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The Danish Museum of Science and Technology
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The Danish Museum of Science and Technology

Does your kid dream of becoming a fighter pilot or perhaps of sitting behind the wheels of one of the very first cars? The Danish Museum of Science & Technology is the perfect playground for curious c...

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The Jens Olsen Astronomical Clock
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The Jens Olsen Astronomical Clock

Unique mechanical, astronomical clock with 12 works from 1955. The clock is located at City Hall, and it displays local time and true solar time. Regular tours in Danish, English, and German.
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