Its collection is vast and the spacious style of curation makes it a really pleasurable museum to explore.
You only need to step inside the entrance of the Winter Garden to realise how special this museum is.
Warning – many of the steps are extremely steep, and it can, for some, be a hard task reaching the top, so make sure you’ve got good footwear!
For something different, visit Christiania, also known as ‘Freetown Christiania’ a self-proclaimed autonomous neighbourhood of about 850 residents, covering 84 acres in the borough of Christianshavn.
You’ll find lots of planted trees and flowers all interspersed amongst the habitual Hemp plants – peace and love…
However, since the early 2000s the area has been changed into a new creative cluster with a trendy nightlife, new galleries and lots of high quality restaurants.
Today the area is one of Copenhagen’s most popular places to go out, and it doesn’t take long to realise this is where all the cool kids hang out!
The interior of this Renaissance castle is more lavish than its exterior but if you want to see inside then you do have to pay (approx £10), what’s more, if you want to take photos then you have to pay another fee (approx. If you do this then remember to give your sticker to another visitor when you’re leaving because charging visitors seems unnecessary.
This art museum is a gem no matter how far your stretch into the art scene goes.