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Designmuseum Denmark, Copenhagen

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Designmuseum Denmark showcases a relatively small collection of Danish design classics from phones and stereos to chairs and kitchen utensils. Look for Royal Copenhagen and Georg Jensen tableware. Each year the center also features a number of special exhibits on both Danish and international design. The building houses a gift shop, conference rooms, and a cafe offering a traditional cafe layout in a modern lounge environment. Get a quick cup of coffee to go while roaming through the exhibits, or stay put for a cup of tea and a croissant. Before you head to Copenhagen, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Copenhagen trip generator, to make sure you see all that Copenhagen has to offer, including Designmuseum Denmark.
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  • 第一次體驗大桌子大椅子很新鮮 館內空間很舒服 雖然是前年去的 但記憶猶新 歐洲那邊的博物館有些都是免費的 可以多進去走走看看  more »
  • We used our CopenhagenCard (highly recommend getting one) to get in to the DesignMuseum. We spent a good few hours looking at all the different exhibits. There were 3 main areas that we looked at - 1....  more »
  • I had a nice experience, I had hoped to see something more classic Danish design. The surroundings were beautiful and there was a good atmosphere. I could not use more than one and a half hours max.
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  • Very well designed museum and exhibitions. Spent almost three hours there and it definitely worths the time. The cube design arts and the "learning from Japan" zone are my favourites. By far the best museum here in Copenhagen.
  • If Danish design was about a chair, that museum is well focused. However we have not seen there much more. Beside temporary "learning from Japan" exhibition. Aha, cubes. There are also few qubes there too.
  • Very nice museum with great exhibition. Sometimes the exhibition is missing signage so it's not always clear where to go next. In some places the exhibition was too dense and crowded. Overall still very nice.
  • Visited during Easter holidays. Quite many people so this place was a bit crowded and noisy. Environmentally is good. But others, such as guidances, are normal to me.
  • Really inspiring place for budding designers. I'm so impressed with the number of designers and iconic designs from Denmark!! I saw quite a few budding designers scribbling and drawing sketches. Very very nice exhibition. The Japan exhibition is very cute as well. I spent just over an hour there, but it was only because it was closing. I can easily spend more time here, as they have a nice cafe and outdoor seating as well, which would be beautiful if the weather was nicer. The price tags in the gift shop as expected was on the higher end, but they are all interesting stuff to see. Definitely a must go in Copenhagen. Iconic museum.