Teatermuseet i Hofteatret is an enticing museum that hosts a huge collection of artifacts, photographs, drawings, paintings, engravings, costumes, set models and other exhibits that reveal history of theater in the region. A visit to the museum is an amazing way to find out how theater, music, ballets and other cultural activities developed in the country.
Fondato nel 1958, il Luisiana è il più grande museo di arte moderna della Danimarca. Il museo è un annesso di una vecchia villa, situata nel mezzo di un magnifico parco che si estende fino a resund. Nel parco troverete sculture di Henry Moore, Calder, Max Ernst, Arp e Debuffet. All'interno c'è una eccellente collezione di sculture di Giacometti. Ammirate le opere di Van Gogh, Monet, Magritte, Chagall, Matisse, Warhol e Hopper. Il museo ha anche una sala concerti e un ottimo ristorante con belle viste di resund.
The Black Diamond, simply known as "The Diamond," is an extension of the Royal Library, designed in a modern architectural style, smooth as a mirror, by the architect firm Schmidt, Hammer and Lassen. The main entrance to the Royal Library is from Søren Kierkegaards Square, and you'll find the ticket office as well as restrooms, the cloakroom and a bookshop here. The entrance to Restaurant Søren K is from the vestibule. The entrance to the Queen's Auditorium is from Christians Brygge 9. This hall is hired out for different arrangements of rhythmic and classical music, as well as for some lectures and conferences. Tickets for the musical arrangements can be bought at the ticket office.
Aperto nel 1996, Vega consiste di due moderne sale concerto: la più grande con una capienza di 1500 posti, quella più piccola di 500, che ospita regolarmente spettacoli dal vivo. Sui palchi del Vega suonano gruppi danesi ed internazionali di musica pop, rock e techno. Controllate il sito per la programmazione, orari e costi.
Cinemateket is in the heart of Copenhagen, between Kongens Nytorv and Nørreport Station, and is part of the Danish Film Institute. The architecturally interesting building contains two cinema theaters, a library, a videoteque, a bookshop and a café, all in a fashionable atmosphere. The repertoire varies with different themes each month; almost all genres are represented at some time throughout the year. Each film is screened twice or thrice a month, and the prices are relatively low per ticket. Some short flicks and children's films are free, but you normally have to order the tickets in advance. Cinemateket is the only cinema in Copenhagen with such a varied repertoire, and is an especially fun place to bring children on a rainy day.
Located on Kongens Nytorv, the Royal Danish Theater was built by architect Wilhelm Dallerup in 1874. The building is especially impressive at night when crowds flock to the theater in evening dress. Home of the Royal Theater Company, the Royal Ballet and the Opera, the theater has two stages: Gamle Scene (old stage) and Ny Scene (new stage). Gamle Scene has a magnificent auditorium. The ceiling is decorated with Constantin Hansen's Nine Muses. Sculptures of two of Denmark's most famous playwrights decorate the entrance: Ludvig Holberg (1684-1754) was sculpted by T. Stein in 1875 and Adam Oehlenschläger (1799-1850) made by H.W. Bissen in 1861. In 1929-31 the Ny Scene was built in a separate building, the controversial, art deco Strekassen. The ticket office is open from 1p to 8p, Monday to Saturday. Leftover tickets are sold at half price from 5p on the evening of the performance.
Rådhuspladsen è nel cuore di Copenhagen. Su questa piazza trovate il municipio e la casa di Politiken, dove le scritte al neon riportano le notizie dal mondo per i passanti. Inoltre il Palace Hotel, ristoranti con tavoli all'aperto, giornalai e i famosi plsevogne danesi (carretti che vendono hot-dog) sono tutti nelle vicinanze. Rådhuspladsen è un rinomato luogo d'incontro, ed offre magnifiche viste dei fuochi d'artificio del Tivoli. Rådhuspladsen era stata originariamente costruito a forma di conchiglia, prendendo spunto dalla piazza del Campo di Siena.
Ripley's is called, a museum of adventure and consists of 13 exciting galleries full of strange and exotic objects. It was the journalist, artist and adventurer Robert L. Ripley who collected the many strange objects in the museum during his lifetime. In the gallery called, lumber room you can see the Button Girl, a doll covered with more than 7,000 buttons. In the gallery for quackery you will find many strange gadgets and instruments that they used to believe could cure many diseases. Ripley also collected torture instruments from the middle ages and if you want to compete with the tallest man in the world (Robert Wadlow) or see how heavy the heaviest man in the world is, you can pay a visit to the gallery on, human peculiarities. Ripley's is a fun filled experience for the whole family.
Gloria is a small cinema on Rådhuspladsen (the Town Hall Square) in the center of Copenhagen. Founded in 1995, it has only one screen, therefore the quality of the films are more important than the luxury of the seats. Gloria's repertoire consists of quality films for audiences that want to enjoy a little more than dumb entertainment.
If you are in Copenhagen, Hans Christian Andersen's Fairytale House is not to be missed. Displaying his life history and timeline from Odense to Copenhagen, the house is a window into Andersen's lifework. A number of tableaux depicting Andersen's fairytales as well his personal life form the collection here. The light and sound effects are well-acclaimed and the audio tour is in Danish, English and German. A must-visit, the museum makes for a great family outing.
Grand Teatret is large art house cinema close to Rådhuspladsen (the Town Hall Square) and Copenhagen's most popular shopping street, Strget. The cozy atmosphere of the surroundings has diffused into the café and the lobby of the cinema. It contains six theaters, which vary in size and comfort, depending on the popularity of the film being screened. On the repertoire are mostly arty or intellectual films, or smaller productions that the commercial cinemas have left unscreened.