When it comes to Scandinavian countries, we always forget about Denmark – it’s not that yec.com travelers don’t want to go there; but the lure of Berlin, Stockholm or Amsterdam is so strong that we often overlook Copenhagen, one of the most beautiful capitals of Europe. Copenhagen not only has a vivid gay scene, it also has a plethora of museums, with countless cultural treasures you can enjoy in during your stay!
The National Museum in any country is usually at the top of its game – and that goes double for Denmark! With its vast collection of ethnographic artifacts, classic antiquities and coins, and, of course – Viking culture! Yes, dear reader, the National Museum of Denmark houses everything you need to know about Viking culture and age – so hurry up and visit it!
Den Gamle By – Old Town Museum – is a unique open air museum that showcases life and traditions of Danish golden age. If you like open air exhibits and want to see living and breathing history, check it out and have fun!
Rosenborg Castle is the royal splendor incarnate: Danish crown jewels, king’s private chambers, wax figures, Venetian glass… need we say more? Luxury meets style in Rosenborg Castle, and you’d do well to visit it!
- Amber museum: a small museum dedicated to amber, owned by House of Amber, one of the world’s leading amber jewelry producers.
- DieselHouse – interactive museum dedicated to diesel engines. Includes regular activities and shows for the audience!