THREE GREEN OASES IN THE HEART OF COPENHAGEN

The six museums in the Parkmuseerne district are located in and adjacent to three beautiful, historic parks. Go here for a moment of serenity in calm, green gardens in between your museum visits

Broen over søen i Botanisk Have i København

Pleasant breaks in the open air

Parkmuseerne is Copenhagen’s green museum district, located in the heart of the city by the Nørreport Station. Here you will find six prominent museums, all within walking distance from each other.

In between your museum visits, you can enjoy the calm setting and lovely vistas of the three historic parks, take a breather and enjoy whatever the weather and season has to offer.

The King’s Garden

Originally established by Christian IV in the 17th century, the King’s Garden is now one of the all-time favourites of Copenhagen residents – especially on summer days. This is also where you will find Rosenborg Castle.

Kongens Have

Kongens Have

Palmehuset i Botanisk Have

Palmehuset i Botanisk Have

The Botanical Garden

Originally established by Christian IV in the 17th century, the King’s Garden is now one of the all-time favourites of Copenhagen residents – especially on summer days. This is also where you will find Rosenborg Castle.

Østre Anlæg

Brimming with wild herbs, perennials, grasses and rich wildlife, the park is like a slice of nature amidst the big city. This is where you will find The Hirschsprung Collection and SMK – The National Gallery of Denmark.