Don't miss these Denmark attractions
The Tivioli Gardens has an opening each year, that marks the beginning of the summer. Throughout the season, the gardens feature fairground rides, fireworks, fountains, and a variety of nightly entertainment in the central arena, including live music on Fridays. You can have a wonderful time just wondering among the revelers of all ages.
Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek
This is Copenhagen's finest art gallery, with an array of Greek, Roman and Egyptian art and artifacts, as well as one of the biggest and best collections of Etruscan art outside Italy. There are also excellent examples of modern European art, including some Degas casts, Manet's Absinthe Drinker and works by Man Ray, Chagall and Picasso.
Copenhagen City Museum
This museum contains reconstructed ramshackle house fronts and tradesman's signs from early Copenhagen, a large room recording the form Christian IV gave the city, and a collection of memorabilia concerning the nineteenth-century Danish philosopher Soren Kierkegaard.
Edvard Eriksen's Lille Havfrue (Little Mermaid), the tiny but touristed statue at the opening of the harbour, honors Hans Christian Andersen's version of the tale. This statue is well worth a visit, especially if you are traveling with kids, they love it.
The Moesgard Museum of Prehistory
This museum chronicles Arhus's history from 4000 BC through the Viking age and displays the famous mummified Grauballe Man.
Legoland is an amusement park filled with spectacular sculptures made from over 50 million Lego pieces. 'Lego' is an abbreviation of the Danish leg godt (have fun playing), and young and old will have no trouble doing just that. Don't miss the bone-rattling Power Builder, the most intense ride in the park.