This museum is small, but beautifully designed. The "uncomfortable" feeling that you experience the museum is emblematic of the Jew's journey in Denmark. This museum is impactful in design.
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This was disappointing. There is very little to see. There is such a great story to tell of how the Danish people were able to save most of the Jewish population during the Nazi occupation, but too little of that is shown. The resistance museum...More
Amazing staff! A great place to visit and a lot to learn from, but we actually run though it, because of the crooked floor, which made us feeling dizzy! It should have been a warning at the entrance. The main architect aimed to design a...More
Being on island where is situated the Christiansborg Palace, we visited this, above all, very modernly designed museum of danish jewish history. Seen from outside, the building of museum is common red brick edifice, but with the characteristic jewish windows and two towers, aside the...More
Came here to find out about my ancestors. I had visited the museum when it had just opened 13 yrs. ago but had forgotten how walking around is not the easiest. The way the floors are tilting is of course to symbolize what honorific times...More
Very interesting to see the exhibits and video - to learn more about the history of DK and how they welcomed Jewish immigrants to the country. Certainly made me think how history repeats itself so often. Worth visiting. We were there for around 90 minutes.
This museum is tricky to find - it is situated to the left of the Royal Library, but is well worth discovering. It is good to have the Copenhagen card. It was very interesting to watch the film at the beginning as well as looking...More
This is a tiny museum near the Tower and Danish Parliament that's worth a look. The facility give a pictorial and written history of the 400 years during which Jews have lived in Copenhagen. The focus, of course, is the plight of these people upon...More