The 18th-century Frederiks Hospital is now the outstanding Denmark Design Museum. A must for fans of the applied arts and industrial...
Sankt Ansgars Kirke
Copenhagen's Roman Catholic cathedral is wedged between Designmuseum Danmark and the Medical Museion. Built in 1841 in neo-Romanesque...
Galleri Christina Wilson
Arguably the most important commercial gallery in this district, Christina Wilson represents some of the world’s most prolific...
A chic, pared-back combo of white linen tables, wooden floorboards and vintage French and Italian posters, Le Sommelier fuses French...
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Designmuseum Danmark information
The Danish Museum of Art and Design is one of the city’s most stimulating cultural offerings, boasting an impressive collection of decorative arts, including extensive displays of European and oriental furniture, silverware and porcelain, with an emphasis on 20th-century Danish design. It’s housed in a former hospital built around a courtyard in 1752. It’s a wonderful spot to spend a rainy afternoon, and there is an inviting cafe to boot.