Dansk Jødisk Museum
Det Kongelige Bibliotek
The largest library in Scandinavia, Det Kongelige Bibliotek has two very distinct parts: the original, 19th-century red-brick building...
The Royal Arsenal Museum houses a stunning collection of historic weaponry, from canons and medieval armour to pistols, swords and even...
Slotsholmen is the seat of national government and a veritable repository of historical sites. Located on a small island and separated...
Bathed in light on even the dourest of days, the sleek, minimalist restaurant of the Black Diamond is one of the most stylish in the...
Dansk Jødisk Museum information
Lonely Planet review
Designed by Polish-born Daniel Libeskind, the Danish Jewish Museum is housed in an early-17th-century building (formerly the Royal Boat House) that has been transformed into an intriguing geometrical space. The museum’s entrance is on the southern side of the garden, which lies to the rear of the Kongelige Bibliotek.