Beautiful design inside which adds to the thought provoking experience. Lovely, helpful staff too. Highly recommended
The history of Denmark as a country with an open mind, open to immigrants, is well documented here. A fascinating museum which told a life affirming story. We really loved the letters written to Queen Margrethe by American school children about Denmark's measures to protect Danish Jews during World War 2.
Designed by Libeskind this unusual exhibition is a tribute to the Danish people about how they looked after their Jewish neighbours and Citizens during WW II just before the Nazis took over Denmark. Well worth a visit to show how Denmark became the only country to save 99.7% of it's Jewish population from the murderous invaders. You only need about... More
the building is stunning but the film at the start spent to much time on the architect and not enough on the occupation by the Germans. that aside the museum is well worth a visit - and it displays very well individual stories of people who fled, where moved into camps, parted from their family or stayed
This museum is placed in an amazing structure designed by Daniel Libeskind. The "magic" behind it for me was that it wasn't huge and overwhelming as these museums tend to be. It has a beautiful display of artifacts and explores the Jewish history in an interesting manner. I was once again astonished to discover the amazing character of the Danish... More
This museum is unique in terms of its architecture and topic. Innovatively presented, it provides an informative overview about Jewish immigrants in Denmark with a variety of displays, interesting items and interactive displays. Really worth a visit.
While small the museum is delightful. The display is very interesting and innovative and informative. Great location park in front is beautiful. Nice store as well.
its is small but It is really a historic visit which comes so well expressed. everyone should visit this musuem.
Having been to the Jewish Museum in Berlin I really was expecting more.Many have commented on the architecture but it really seemed like a poor imitation of the one in Berlin. It certainly does not pack the same emotional impact. In fact it seemed devoid of impact of the building. The artifacts are somewhat interesting but a story does not... More
Small but interesting museum documenting the Jewish community in Denmark since the 1600s. It is located right behind the gardens of the Christiansborg Palace and takes approximately 30 - 60 minutes. As the only European nation to actively protect its Jewish population during WWII, the museum celebrates the humanity and community of the Danish people. The museum fee is also... More
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