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Roskilde Museum in the center of Roskilde City, is housed in two of the city's oldest historic houses - "Sukkerhuset" and "Liebes Gard". At the museum you can in a modern and interactive exhibtion experience the dramatic history of the city and the...more
It may have been due to the construction work around the city but i found this to be a difficult find. You don't actually know you have found the building until you are standing right in front of it. There are 3 floors, the first...More
Wow! Absolutely loved it here, the history of Viking boat building came to life. The staff were all very friendly and their English was very good. watching the building of a replica ship was so interesting with the original type tools used, non of todays...More
Not another dusty regional museum with some boring exposition of local history. This museum has lots of interesting artefacts starting from pre-history, everything is very well organized, supported with modern interactive technologies. It gave a great overview of the significance of Roskilde for the Danish...More
The ancient Danish capital city s only 20 minutes far from Copenhagen and easy to reach by any travel mean.
The city is tiny and cozy, and where it reaches the sea, here you can find the Vikingeskibene, the museum of Viking ships. It is...More
This spectacularly well designed museum enriches the narrative of the city's entire history. Recently designed exhibits are stupendous, proving that contemporary exhibit design can enhance objects from any era. Excellent use of technology in the galleries, first-rate decisions about the presentation of each era's galleries,...More
Interesting rooms - one is set up as an old classroom, some of the children in the photos don't look too happy!
Didn't know Royal Copenhagen was formerly Aluminia.
Would have been excellent score but part of museum was closed in August 2017 for renovation.
This is a small museum run by local volunteers. It is cute and interesting if you are interested in history. It has pictures and tools, and cards explaining what, who and how. All the explanations are in Danish, but the name of the different stations...More