The National Museum
To find the National Museum in Copenhagen, consisting of almost 100,000 square floor meters, go from Town Hall and Strøget just a few hundred meters and you get to Stormgade from where you can see the back of the big complex, consisting of pillars and holding a corbel that forms a walkway for pedestrians.
From the entrance hall with the glass roof, you can visit the different exhibitions and facilities. The recommended route through the National Museum is through the glass corridor, accessing through the 23 rooms in chronological order – starting at the ancient Rune Stones.
This great exhibition displays prehistoric Denmark from around 15,000 years ago, and all the way up to the days of the Vikings.
Toddlers and kids have a play-room when you go left from the entrance hall.
Be sure to visit the old Prince’s Mansion, which once housed the Royal Family – and have almost been preserved since then.
Other exhibitions …