Enjoyed this museum a lot. Particularly the fashion and fabrics section. Worth the stop to enjoy some of the interesting designs.
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There's nothing special about this museum. Honestly you can see the same (and probably even more) of Danish design by going into Danish design stores. The collection is not that large and everything is mixed together so it doesn't give a really good overview of...More
Fantastic museum with a great and divers collection. The temporary exhibitions are a must see. If you like design, fashion and all thing beautiful... don't miss this museum.
Enjoyed the collection while spending some days in Copenhagen with the family. The whole exhibition was great, but the part dedicated to the chairs in its many designs was incredible.
This museum had been recommended to me by friends. If you are interested in design, engineering and aesthetics, this is the place for you. A fascinating collection of old and new exhibits and a great cafe serving the most amazing cakes and pastries. Good tea...More
Particularly good fashion exhibition from the designer of the Balenciaga house currently on. Only criticism of main museum is that you cannot touch/sit on many things
If you are interested in Danish furniture, household goods and textile design, this is the best place to visit. Especially if you have a heart for everything midcentury modern, you have to go there. The changing exhibitions are also interesting to see how Danish design...More
Designmuseum is one of the best museums I have ever visited. It shows a wide range of design from different times in Danish history. As well as displays, there is a room where you can try out cubes with a puzzle in them designed to...More
We enjoyed this museum more than we thought we would! The exhibitions on the history of Danish design and why it is so important within Danish culture were fascinating, particularly the examples of every day objects made with a high design aesthetic. The chair exhibition...More
This centre is well worth the investment of a couple of hours. It's not all IKEA and Lego and tells a fascinating story of design across the world - an emphasis on Denmark. The building is lovely, it's not too expensive and under 26 free....More