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Museo ARKEN de Arte Moderno

ARKEN Museum of Modern Art (Skovvej 100, 2635 Ishøj) — only 20 kilometers south of Copenhagen lies ARKEN, Denmark’s newest museum of modern art.  At ARKEN, visitors can experience world class art and architecture. ARKEN’s permanent exhibition contains Danish, Northern and international art from 1990 onwards. An entire room is dedicated to the British artist […]

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Arbejdermuseet (Rømersgade 22, Copenhague)

  Arbejdermuseet (Rømersgade 22, Copenhagen) —  this museum has exhibits on the Danish working class (explaining the museum’s name, which means “Workers’ Museum).  The periods covered range from the 1870s to today, with exhibits showing actual replicas of a working family’s living quarters (furniture, home décor, etc.) from eras like the 1950s (where American-style consumerism […]

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Aquadome

Aquadome (Ellehammers Allé 3, Billund) – within Lalandia Billund (the same town where Legoland is located), this is Scandinavia’s largest Aquadome. Visitors can enjoy the tropical climate in the huge Aquadome with water activities in all kinds and lots of fun for young and old. Revel in the speed and excitement of the Tornado and […]

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Bakken KBH

Bakken KBH (Flaesketorvet 19, Copenhagen) – the one thing that Copenhagen and New York have in common is that they both have a lively club-friendly area called the “Meatpacking District”. Copenhagen’s version of that neighborhood has, among other venues, “Bakken KBH”. That nightspot, which caters to the local 20-something college crowd, has “Brandy Thursdays” events […]