Fodor's Expert Review Dansk Jødisk Museum

Centrum Museum/Gallery

In a wing of the Royal Library, this national center of Jewish culture, art, and history holds objects of both secular and religious interest, including paintings, prints, jewelry, scrapbooks, and films. The site was designed by the famed architect Daniel Libeskind. The museum also gives extensive coverage to the Danish resistance movement, whose work during World War II helped bring nearly all of Denmark's 7,000 Jews to safety in Sweden. The museum has information in English.


Quick Facts

Proviantpassegen. 6
Copenhagen, Capital Region  1218, Denmark


Sight Details:
Rate Includes: DKr 50, June–Aug., Tues.–Sun. 10–5; Sept.–May, Tues.–Fri. 1–4, weekends noon–5

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