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Museums - In and around Copenhagen

Søllerød Museum - Mothsgaarden:
Søllerødvej 25, 2840 Holte
Phone +45 42.80.20.46, Fax +45 45.80.53.60
In the heart of attractive Søllerød lies one of the best-preserved estates in Denmark: Mothsgaarden from around 1690. These buildings now accommodate Søllerød Museum where exhibitions relating to local cultural history are displayed.


Søllerød Museum - Vedbækfundene:
Gl. Holtegaard, Attemosevej 170, 2840 Holte
Phone +45 45.80.63.63, Fax +45 45.80.15.60
This museum gives visitors a lively and until recently unknown picture of the life of tribes of hunters in the older stone age around 5,000 BC. The museum displays four graves containing the well-preserved remains of five adults and two children.


Teatermuseet:
Christiansborg Ridebane 18, 1218 Copenhagen K.
Phone +45 33.11.51.76, Fax +45 33.12.50.22
The Theatre Museum is located in the old Court Theatre from 1767. The museum illustrates the history of Danish theatre from the 18th century to our time. Visitors have access to the boxes, the stage and the old dressing room.


Telefonmuseet:
Svanemøllevej 112A, 2900 Hellerup
Phone +45 33.99.40.50, Fax +45 31.62.37.70
The museum is housed in a large, manually operated telephone exchange central and features an authentic environment with telephones, switchboards and other items illustrating the development of telephony from 1876 to our time. Only open in the summer season.


Thorvaldsens Museum:
Porthusgade 2, 1213 Copenhagen K.
Phone +45 33.32.15.32, Fax +45 33.32.17.71
The Thorvaldsen Museum is an art museum with particular focus on the period from 1750 to 1850. The museum displays the arts of work donated by the sculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen to the city where he was born.



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