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Best things to do in Köpenhamn

Palace
“Amalienborg was constructed in 1700's and is made up of four identical buildings. It is still functions as residence for the Royal Family. Amalienborg is also known for its Royal Guard, called Den Kongelige Livgarde. The Royal Guard march form their barracks in Gothergade, at 11:30 through the streets of Copenhagen and end up at Amalienborg at 12:00 where the changing of the guards take place.”
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Konstmuseum
“Statens Museum for Kunst is a museum both for adults and children. Sometimes the museum arranges the museum special exhibitions. Price: 120,- for adults - Children under 18 are free. Opening Hours: Tuesday: 10 - 18 Wednesday: 10 - 20 Thursday - Sunday: 10 - 18 Monday: Closed The Museum is special opened on July 10th and October 14th. REMEMBER! The museum is closed on December 24th, December 25th, December 31st and January 1st.”
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Konstmuseum
“The Glyptotek is a museum founded by Carl Jacobsen, who was a Danish art collector who gathered both modern art and antique. Price: 115,- for adults - Children under 18 are free Every Tuesday​ it is free to enter the museum Opening Hours: Tuesday - Sunday: 11 - 18 Monday: Closed ”
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History Museum
“The National Museum is Denmark's cultural-historical main museum. The museum exhibits among other things about Denmark's Ancient and Middle Ages and the People of the Earth. The museum also has a coin and medal collection. Old banknotes, medals, and coins are on display here. Price: 75,- for adults - Children under 18 are free. Opening Hours: Tuesday - Sunday: 10 - 17 Monday: Closed”
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Palace
“A royal hermitage set in the King’s Garden in the heart of Copenhagen, Rosenborg Castle features 400 years of splendor, royal art treasures and the Crown Jewels and Royal Regalia. Rosenborg Castle was built by one of the most famous Scandinavian kings, Christian IV, in the early 17th century.”
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Palace
“Experience a real-life, Danish castle! Rosenborg ("Castle of Roses") used to be the Summer residence of the King and the park sorrounding the castle was his personal vegetable- and rose garden. The castle also holds the collection of the royal jewelry.”
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Konstmuseum
“Enjoy world famous Danish modern designs, and go crazy in the museum gift shop!”
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Planetarium
“While the exhibition of the Planetarium is mainly targeted children (the movies in the cinema-dome can be interesting though), the area behind the big building is one of the coziest places to enjoy the Danish Summer evenings. Bring food or coffee and enjoy it while overlooking the lake. This is our absolute favorite spot to spend our evenings and watch the sunset!”
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Historisk plats
“The site where Carslberg was founded, where you can learn the history of the brewery, ride in a horse carriage and try different beers with food options too.”
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Park
“Always fun to see whats under the ground here in Søndermarken. Its a park, but Cisternerne is a underground museum.”
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College Library
“The Royal Library is made up of two sections: the original building, founded in 1648, and the modern extension, completed in 1999. The newer part of the library sits on the shores of Copenhagen harbour, and is known as the Black Diamond due to its marble exterior. The interior is a fascinating piece of architecture, whose central hall is accessible to the public.”
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Museum
“Very beautiful part of Copenhagen which shows an important part of Danish history”
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Konstgalleri
“The Architecture Centre often has interesting exhibitions about Danish design and architecture and there is activities for kids as well.”
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Science Museum
“Basically, this is a science museum, for children. At the "Eksperimentarium" they can play with how electricity moves, the colors, and patterns of light, learn how to make an invention, learn how the body works and more. For very young children, there is also a place where you can play with soap bubbles and see the bubble's funny shape. Price: 195,- for adults - 115,- for children between 3 - 11 years old. Opening Hours: ”
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Museum
“Free entrance museum of private collection of Middle Eastern art, also in a beautiful building.”
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Indie-bio
“The Danish Film Institute always has something weird/different/unexpected on.”
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