YOU SHOULD EXPLORE
The New Hans Christian Andersen House
This new museum, which opened in June 2021, shows our famous fairytale writer in a completely new way that focuses on his artistic side. The exhibition aims to speak AS Andersen instead of ABOUT him.
City Museum Møntergården
Here you can see the history of the city dating back to ancient times and up to modern times. The exhibition is illustrated with lots of local archaeological findings, film clips and soundtracks. There are also several activities for children.
Tidens Samling - Museum of Everyday Life in the 19th Century
A private collection of everyday items from around 1900 to the 1990's. The Period Collection is a hands-on museum where you can sit in the furniture, try on the clothes and listen to the records. Finish in the cafe with tea and biscuit cake.
Denmark's Railway Museum
Here is a 10,000 m2 museum with old Danish trains that you can explore. As in The Time Collection, almost nothing is sectioned of and the exhibition may be touched :-) Many activities for children.
The old factory building in the Latin Quarter features a 3 storey art exhibition with something for everyone. Visit their website to see what they are currently showing.
The church was completed in 1499 and replaced a wooden church (that burned) that stood in almost the same place. The church is named after King Canute the Holy who was killed here in the city. In the crypt you will find thel graves of four Danish kings and several Danish historical personalities.