Statens Museum for Kunst
Denmark's National Gallery straddles two contrasting, inter-connected buildings: a late-19th-century 'palazzo' and a sharply minimalist...
Sitting at the northeast corner of the Botanic Garden, this wonderfully old-fashioned museum delivers modest but interesting...
In the 10-hectare Botanisk Have is the Palmehus , a large walk-through glasshouse containing a lush collection of tropical plants.
Electronica connoisseurs swarm to Culture Box, known for its impressive local and international DJ line ups and sharp sessions of...
Clued-up foodies get their contemporary smørrebrød fix at Aamanns, where open sandwiches are seasonal, artful, and served on Aamanns'...
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Dedicated to Danish art of the 19th and early 20th centuries, Den Hirschsprungske Samling is a little jewel-box of a gallery, full of wonderful surprises for art lovers unfamiliar with the classic era of Danish oil painting. Originally the private holdings of tobacco magnate Heinrich Hirschsprung, the museum contains works by 'Golden Age' painters such as Christen Købke and CW Eckersberg, a notable selection by Skagen painters PS Krøyer and Anna and Michael Ancher, and also works by the Danish symbolists and the Funen painters.