Open Air MuseumFree: All time

The Open Air Museum of the “Frilandsmuseet” is located in Lyngby at the northern outskirts of Copenhagen. Opened in 1897 and covering 40 hectares, it is one of the largest and oldest open-air museums in the world. The museum features more than 100 buildings from rural environment which date as far back as 1650. All buildings are original and have been moved from their original locations, including many of the small and remote Danish islands such as Bornholm and Faroe Island. Represented in the collection are also all social living conditions, from a manor house to a poorhouse. While in the countryside, consider also visiting the Brede Works nearby.

Address: Kongevejen 100, Copenhagen 2800
Opening hours: Summer & Autumn Tue-Sun 10am – 5pm; Closed Mondays (Check website for detailed opening times)
Direction: Bus 183 or 194 from Norreport Station; S-tog to Sorgenfri Station
Phone: +45 3347 3855

Photo credit: Frilandsmuseet