Visitors can enter one wing of the Amalienborg Slot, which features exhibits of the royal apartments used by three generations of the...
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Adjacent to Alexander Newsky Kirke is the Medicinsk-Historisk Museum, housed in a former surgical academy dating from 1786 and dealing...
Copenhagen's striking playhouse is home to the Royal Danish Theatre and a world-class repertoire of both homegrown and foreign plays....
Waterfront views, al fresco tables and fresh Nordic flavours: Ofelia’s popularity is no surprise. Located inside Skuespilhuset, it’s...
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Copenhagen’s state-of-the-art opera house features two stages: the Main Stage and the smaller Takkeløftet. The repertoire runs the gamut from classic to contemporary opera, as well as the odd curve ball such as a performance by Elvis Costello or something from the Jazz Festival. Productions usually sell out in advance but any unsold tickets are offered at half-price at the Opera House box office one hour before the performance (two hours before if performances start before 7pm or on Sunday). General tickets are available through the opera house’s website. Alternatively, many come just to eat in the panoramic New Nordic restaurant or to explore the building on a guided tour. The tours (in English during summer only) run at 9.30am and 4.30pm on Saturday and Sunday, with extra weekday tours in summer. Book tours in advance, either online or by calling the box office between 10am and 2pm on weekdays.