A trip to the National Museum is always a great experience, and here you can follow the history of Denmark, from the Ice Age up to today's society. The National Museum is housed in the Prince's Palace, built in the mid-1800s, and some of the very beautiful halls still stand as they did when the royals had their daily routine in the mansion.
The permanent exhibition on Denmark's Antiquity includes the Grundestrup vessels and other Viking treasures. You can also see the Egtved Girl and the Huldremose Woman, who met a terrible fate. The National Museum also houses the world's largest collection of artefacts from Greenland and boasts a world-class ethnographic collection, complemented by a Toy Museum and the large Coin and Medal Collection. A few educational hours can easily be spent here and the museum also organises plenty of activities for the children, so everyone is guaranteed good entertainment among the many treasures and Danefæ.
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