Discover the best top things to do in Bronshoej, Denmark including Nyhavn, Frederiksberg Slot, Atlas Biograferne, Experimentarium, Tivoli Gardens, Landbohojskolens Have, Sondermarken, Copenhagen Zoo, The Cisterns, The David Collection.
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4.5 based on 22 reviews
Copenhagen's Nyhaven, or "New Harbor," is actually steeped in a long heritage. Colorful buildings line the canal and hint at a history of small-vessel traffic. Like many ports, this strip has a salty history, rich with sailors, drinking and Literary exploits. Danish author Hans Christian Andersen made his home in Nyhavn as well. It's cleaned up now and is a lovely place for a stroll.
The houses painted in their different colours were gorgeous. We took a biat trip and saw them from the water which does give you a wonderful view. What did surprise us was how small the street itself was. Most of the houses had some form of advertising on them and right in the middle there was an elaborate "gentleman's club" with photo's of women on the outside. They weren't rude photo's but seemed to help towards spoiling your impression of Nyhavn. Of all the places we visited on Copenhagen this proved to be our least favourite due to it being overcrowded & full of cafe's & restaurant's spoiling the view & atmosphere of the place. There was so much litter in the harbour too - no doubt from us tourists. Glad we saw it but wouldn't rush back.
4.5 based on 294 reviews
This was the first castle we visited with the children and it was very cool. Even though the day was quite bleak, the visit was well worth the trip and as it was kind of an unplanned visit, once we arrived we were very impressed.
Highlights- the Great Hall, the artwork, the spectacular chapel and for me, the organ in the chapel (that consequently celebrated its 400th year in the chapel this year).
4.5 based on 52 reviews
Since the opening back in august 2013 I have been visiting this super nice cinema integrated in the shopping center, Rødovre Centrum. Surprisingly lot of space both inside the cinema as well as outside in the lobby. No one have to struggle for the armrest, for they are all double and of course extra legroom and nice comfortable chairs too.
4.5 based on 308 reviews
We decided to go first thing in the morning, hoping that there won't be too many people. It was summer and it was the middle of the week. But we have been so wrong. Multiple groups of schoolchildren arrived almost at the same time. It was very noisy and we had to wait in line to finally use some experiment. And even then some random kinds would interfere with us. Luckily, we stayed longer than them and on the second part of the day Experimentarium was almost empty.
The experiments are nice, but most of them are the same as in other science museums around Europe. The new thing was a team play: you can create a team of at least two people and participate in activities. Everything is saved in a card and will be send to your e-mail. It records you images, videos and high scores of the activities. One of the most fun things was hot lava type of game. We did it three times, but not because it was that fun - it had some difficulties. The first time we noticed that the score is wrong: we haven't touch the ground, but the score was 0. So we tried again to check (it is fun, no one is waiting and maybe we actually touched the ground the first time). But then someone's baby ran and fell into the activity and our score was 0 again. We tried third and the last time. In the end, our score wasn't any better and probably it is a problem of the camera, which sometimes doesn't see the player and assumes that he/she is on the ground.
Experimentarium is a huge place ant it might take 4-5 hours to fully appreciate it. There is a cafeteria with a lot of places, but most of the tables were not very clean - something sticky was poured on them (probably by those schoolchildren). You can eat your own food or buy something.
4.5 based on 19 reviews
From mid-April to mid-September, a world-class amusement park comes to life in the center of Copenhagen. More than two dozen rides await you, in addition to live entertainment and more than 30 eateries.
We went to Tivoli on the 2nd day it was open for the spring season and it was decorated beautifully. Made for some fabulous pictures. We had a Copenhagen card but did not realize that you pay to enter and then you also pay for any rides and of course any food/drinks. Not unlike other “theme” parks. The weather was cold and grey so we did not feel like doing any rides, but we did enjoy walking around and seeing 2 of the shows offered. Quaint theme park with so much history. We went out of the park for dinner and then came back for coffee/dessert and to see the laser show. It was worth it. You shouldn’t miss Tivoli especially around the Easter season.
4.5 based on 108 reviews
...and it is quite lovely. A well maintained and cared-for local beauty spot, very popular for picnics and general laying around when the weather is nice. The trees, shrubs and plants are usually labelled so that your curiosity as to their names can be satisfied. Plenty of ducks and a couple of healthy ponds, a stunning rose garden, plenty of seats and a quite nice cafe, run by students. Generally food isn't available before I think 11 am, but if you're hungry there might be wrapped sandwiches available, left over from yesterday. They serve nice coffee. A very popular park. Note that Dogs simply are not allowed, on a lead or otherwise - this makes it safe to just throw yourself down anywhere on the grass for a relax without having to check carefully for you-know-what beforehand. This is an excellent and very welcome rule. Also note that mobile BBQs, grills etc are similarly not allowed, although of course you can have a picnic (pre cooked) any time before the park shuts at night.
4.5 based on 125 reviews
In Sondermarken you can go for your running in a nice green spot in the middle of the city. Run your intervals or more hill climbing or just lay on the grass and be inspired by the past looking at the beautiful Frederiksberg Castle. Finishing off with a visit to the very old Zoo just across the street. Amazing.
4 based on 1 reviews
The Copenhagen Zoo is home to African pygmy goats, elephants, tigers and animals of all shapes and sizes. You're invited to observe training sessions and feeding times. Open 365 days a year 10 a.m.-4 p.m. or later in summer.
I visited mainly to see the polar bears in weather that was similar to their natural environment. Unfortunately, they were nowhere to be seen, so that was a big disappointment. There were also a lack of animals in other enclosures as well, such as the brown bears and the musk ox.
The zoo can be quite confusing to walk round, as there appears to be no natural route, and there is a lot of doubling back. Some enclosures were very good, others I felt were too small for the animals they contained.
4 based on 305 reviews
The Cisterns in Søndermarken ParkResting deep beneath the green lawns of Søndermarken Park is a cavernous world that never sees the light of day. Enveloped in darkness, these damp and cold surroundings call ancient cathedrals and murky Catacombs instantly to mind. History of The Cisterns The Cisterns, a long forgotten subterranean Reservoir, once contained the supply of drinking water for the Danish capital and could hold as much as 16 million liters of clean water. Excavation began in 1856. Taking only three years to complete, the great structure quickly helped to alleviate many of the water supply problems of the day; but by 1933, the city’s cisterns ceased their function as a Reservoir for drinking water, and they were finally drained in 1981. In 1996, in connection with Copenhagen’s status as European City of Culture – and through a joint initiative between the City of Frederiksberg and gallery owner Max Seidenfaden, who ran The Cisterns as a museum of modern glass art from 2001 to 2013– the underground water Reservoir was put to use as an exhibition space. Today, The Cisterns is an integral part of Frederiksberg Museums, acting as a venue for art Exhibitions and other events where the singularity of its architecture and atmosphere remains a core attraction. The Cisterns: A Cave within a CityLocated under Frederiksberg Hill in the heart of Søndermarken Park, The Cisterns is the only dripstone cave in Denmark. The natural formation of stalactites and stalagmites are not uncommon for concrete structures, yet none anywhere can offer the sheer magnitude and diversity of those found here. Such geological formations are extremely fragile, so for the sake of the museum as well as future guests we kindly request that you refrain from touching them. Thank you. Andante Christian Lemmerz at The CisternsIn a unique concoction of granite, concrete pillars and delicate stalactites and stalagmites, the subterranean exhibition space under Søndermarken Park is breathtaking. Of course, not every artist can meet the challenges proposed by these surroundings, but internationally renowned Danish artist Christian Lemmerz is certainly one who can! Lemmerz’ site-specific work, Andante, emerges as a monumental living sculpture, like a sea of candles, to illuminate and stage the sheer drama of this dark and cavernous space. AndanteChristian LemmerzMarts 2 – November 30, 2014
Across from Copenhagen Zoo is Sondermarken, which is a large park. In the middle of Sondermarken you'll find the Cisterns. Right now Hiroshi Sambuichi have done some dark in dark exhibition. A little light might have helped. I know that the exhibition is supposed to be experienced in a darkish atmosphere, but it was actually too dark.
4.5 based on 877 reviews
Hands down, one of the best Islamic art collections I have ever seen. The quality of the exhibits were incredible and beautifully displayed, ranging from various periods of Islam and covering numerous countries. Please do visit and spend at least two hours in this incredible museum.
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