The National Museum of Denmark in Copenhagen consists of exhibitions about Danish and foreign history. It calls itself a museum of museums, and contains artefacts from the different eras, from the Viking Age up to the 21st century. It was a fun-filled learning experience for me and my sister when we visited the museum one cold day in spring. Aside from the Eskimo exhibition that I really enjoyed, the museum set up modern Japanese photo booths!
It was like walking through time as we explore the different sections of the museum. It has a large collection of artefacts and paintings from the Viking Era, the Danish prehistory, Medieval Ages and Renaissance, and the modern Denmark. It also has a collection of coins and medals. Apart from that, the museum contains substantial information about the history of foreign cultures. It didn’t show much about the Philippines, but a chunk of Asia and the Pacific islands was included. Entrance to the museum is not free, details of which can be found here: National Museum of Denmark. Here are some of the stuff you’d find in the museum:
One of my favorite sections is the interactive exhibition. During our visit, they had set up Japanese photobooths which my sister and I had fun trying out. I really don’t get what’s up with big eyes, but yeah… This year, if I’m not mistaken, the museum has a cosplay exhibition, which is also pretty interesting.
I love visiting museums and the Danish National Museum is a favorite. 🙂