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Guinness World Records Museum, Copenhagen
(1.5/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web)
Guinness World Records Museum presents the strangest and most outstanding people and machines in the world through exhibits, interactive games, trivia, themed galleries, and video productions. Compare yourself to the tallest man and the shortest woman, or attempt to set some of your own records. Discover how powerful your punch is, or test your cycling skills. The museum features records in sports, art, music, nature and science, and curiosities, such as the man with the longest mustache or the metal-eating man. If you have a Copenhagen Card, you'll get a 25 percent discount. Before you head to Copenhagen, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Copenhagen vacation planner, to make sure you see all that Copenhagen has to offer, including Guinness World Records Museum.
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  • Nice for kids, but not for adults Museums is very small; In 25...35minutes you will be finished with round trip, so depend from which country you are, it could seems expensive for what you can see the...  more »
  • For what is offered one, it is too expensive in my opinion. It is also quite old, but well. You can argue, if the records still stand, you must not renew the existing. But maybe that one or others might update. The mystery-part time really is a joke. All in all we were through in about 20 minutes
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  • My roommate (22) and I (21) was by here in a few hours. Was not particularly impressed with the venue and the standard of the exhibitions, but we still managed to get it right so fun when it came to the places we could try things yourself. Everything from responsiveness to precision. With a little bit of home improvement will be enough this place much better.
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  • the museum is a little over priced for how small it is, but it is denmark where things are usually quite expensive. Its great for a rainy day or a time filler, taking around a couple of hours to walk around and be in awe at the weird and wonderful things around the world. There are also some great photo opportunities to be had, funny moments and hands on, interactive experiences, I think if there were slightly more of these it would improve ten fold!
  • Waste of money. Poor exhibits, bad presentation, old and run down
  • Better than I expected. The experience is well worth the money. Unless you enjoy spending hours in a queue I would recommend booking online.
  • Well. You sort of get what you already know.
  • It is a big museum with interactive parts and it has awesone and incredible facts to look at! There is a scary museum right behing it and that is awesome as well!