A huge yellow building in the centre of the city houses the marble statue collection of prominent late 18th - early 19th century Danish sculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen. In addition to being a sculptor, Thorvaldsen was also an art and curio collector; the museum is full of these items as well, creating a vista of not only the artist himself, but of the artistic time he lived in.
One of Copenhagen’s most celebrated museums also happens to be right in the centre of the city, - it’s right across the street from Tivoli, no less - making it easy to access. There are countless reasons to go: their marble collection, the European painting collection, the Egyptian collection, their in-depth exhibitions from the likes of Rodin and Tal R….even the paint colors of each room are astounding. The lush and leafy courtyard is a tropical oasis that’s not to be missed, and the rooftop terrace gives you a beautiful view of the city. What’s not to love?