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Experience the historic and atmospheric buildings from different parts of Denmark at The Open Air Museum. You can see impressive and atmospheric buildings, old breeds of domestic animals in the fields and attractive, historic gardens. Take a ride in...more
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Open air museum was my favourite one during my trip to Tiblisi. It combines old houses from different parts of Georgia. Even you can see old vessels and furniture. Once you go to the house - you will feel how old people lived in past...More
There is too much walking and not much to see. The theme is the story of the ancient inhabitants of this land. You will see old straw houses and the living implements they used during their lives. There was a short folk dance show which...More
The museum is located in an area that resembles the Danish farmland. The building have been taken down and moved to the site. The building tells a part of our history dating several 100 years. It is good for a whole day to explore the...More
Once you have done the major sites in the city it is thoroughly worth jumping on the line B of the S-trains out to Sorgenfri to have a look around this museum. It contains old buildings moved to here from all over Denmark and some...More
A little off the beaten path for a visit to Copenhagen, we really enjoyed walking in and around all the buildings here in this wide open park/museum. We didn't actually get to see everything as there was so much to see--buildings from all regions and...More
Urban charm in Scandinavia resembles of the same in neighboring countries. Having had visited many open air museums in both Finland and Sweden I do am surprised how much our life’s reminded of each other’s then. Our lives in Scandinavian countries are alike, a lot,...More
On a par with similar parks in other parts of Europe. This includes a fine view of life in agricultural areas many years ago. It has a water mill and a windmill and many walks in lovely leafy glades. This is a huge area with...More
This museum, covering many acres, was very well done and included many English explanations describing the time period, likely occupants, and various trades involved, during the past several hundred years in Denmark. One is inclined to believe this was an existing village, but in fact...More
You Can easily combine local traffic which is disabled friendly, and taxi. You can make it all with local traffic, there are buses going between these attractions, it means local buses frequently from Copenhagen Centrum to... More
You Can easily combine local traffic which is disabled friendly, and taxi. You can make it all with local traffic, there are buses going between these attractions, it means local buses frequently from Copenhagen Centrum to Lyngby etc. almost. everything Scandinavia is handicap/ disabled friendly by law, especially when it comes to transportation.