Fantastic museum on the northern edge of the city centre en route to the Little Mermaid. The museum tells the story of Danish Resistance to the Nazis during WWII, something rarely discussed. Exhibits and artefacts were most interesting and the information well laid out and engaging. Sadly, I read that the original museum was damaged by fire soon after I visited but is set to reopen in a couple of years. Definitely one to look out for.
In fact, Danish jewelry is also world-famous, so the opportunity to visit this jewelry-themed museum is not a kind of enjoyment.
I have to say that the overall planning is particularly reasonable, and it is worthwhile both in terms of scenery and significance.
A very historical museum, the appearance of the museum is very historic value, there are many function halls in the exhibition hall.
There are a lot of collections, but there will be an admission fee. So stay a little longer.
比较小众的博物馆 讲犹太人在丹麦的生活和历史 学到了很多有趣的知识