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Rosenborg Castle
9
Indre By (Inner City)
7 reviews
With a facade that hasn't changed since 1633, the Rosenborg is the greatest and purest Renaissance structure in Denmark, and has survived both fire and war. — Frommer's
Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek
9
Inner Vesterbro
7 reviews
The exquisite antiquities and a world-class collection of impressionist masterpieces make this one of Copenhagen's most important museums. — Fodor's
National Gallery of Denmark
9
Inner Oesterbro
8 reviews
Bordered by the sprawling botanical gardens and 17th-century Rosenborg Castle... the palatial national gallery holds the broadest survey of Danish art. — Travel + Leisure
The National Museum of Denmark
9
Indre By (Inner City)
5 reviews
A must-see for its rich collections, the museum has been extended several times since its foundation in 1819 — Michelin Guide
Copenhagen Opera House
8
Christianshavn
7 reviews
The overall architecture of the building itself is only surpassed by the amazing voices that reside within its walls. — Afar Magazine
Tivoli Gardens
8
Inner Vesterbro
6 reviews
Only a city as whimsical as Copenhagen would bill an amusement park as its main attraction— but of course this isn't just any amusement park. — Concierge
Thorvaldsens Museum
8
Indre By (Inner City)
7 reviews
Visit his majestic museum, with finished pieces and casts of most of his work, including the iconic Christ statue. — Travel + Leisure
Davids Samling (The David Collection)
8
Indre By (Inner City)
3 reviews
The top floor of this museum houses an impressive collection of artifacts from the World of Islam, dating from the 7th to the 19th century. — Frommer's
Hirschsprung Collection
8
Inner Oesterbro
5 reviews
You may not recognize the names of any of the artists on display, but you can still have a visual treat for a couple of hours. — Frommer's
Arken Museum of Modern Art
8
4 reviews
This modern art museum is housed in a building with resolutely nautical architecture, designed by Søren Robert Lund, which plays an important role in the visitor experience — Michelin Guide
Amalienborg
8
Indre By (Inner City)
5 reviews
Four 18th-century French-style rococo mansions -- opening onto one of the most attractive squares in Europe -- have been the home of the Danish royal family since 1794,. — Frommer's
Copenhagen City Hall
8
Indre By (Inner City)
4 reviews
Two rooms are given over to the astronomical clock, by Jens Olsen (1872-1945), which gives the sidereal time as well as solar time everywhere in the world. — Michelin Guide
The Little Mermaid
8
Inner Oesterbro
4 reviews
This beautiful sculpture, created by Edvard Eriksen (1876 - 1959) in 1913, graces the harbor in Copenhagen. — Afar Magazine
Royal Library
8
Indre By (Inner City)
6 reviews
The Danish Royal Library, dating from the 1600s, is the largest and most impressive in the Norse countries. — Frommer's
Botanical Gardens
8
Indre By (Inner City)
5 reviews
Trees, flowers, ponds, sculptures, and a spectacular 19th-century Palmehuset (Palm House) of tropical and subtropical plants blanket the garden's 25-plus acres — Fodor's
The Open Air Museum
8
3 reviews
This 35ha open-air museum presents rural life in the 18C and 19C. — Michelin Guide
Christiansborgs Slotskirke
8
Indre By (Inner City)
4 reviews
Houses the Danish parliament, the Supreme Court, this prime minister's offices, and the Royal Reception Rooms. — Frommer's
Ordrupgaard
8
4 reviews
The Ordrupgaard houses one of Europe’s largest collections of French impressionist art, as well as a substantial collection of Danish works. — Travel + Leisure
Frederiks Kirke
8
Indre By (Inner City)
4 reviews
In many ways, this landmark church is more richly decorated and impressive than Copenhagen's cathedral, Vor Frue Kirke. — Frommer's
Tivoli
8
Inner Vesterbro
3 reviews
Tivoli is a shamelessly charming combination of amusement rides, flower gardens, food pavilions, carnival games and open-air stage shows. — Lonely Planet
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