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Copenhagen For Free

Copenhagen For Free

Copenhagen has a lot to offer when it comes to various sights whether you want to spend a lot of money, a little money or no money at all!

We have gathered a small guide on things to do in Copenhagen that doesn't cost anything.

Enjoy ...

The Little Mermaid

The Little Mermaid

The world-famous bronze statue of the Little Mermaid is located right on the waterfront at Langelinie.  

Based on the fairy tale by the famous Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen, the small unimposing statue (with a height of 1.25 metres) is an icon of Copenhagen and a major tourist attraction.  

The statue was commissioned in 1909 by Carl Jacobsen, son of the founder of Carlsberg, who had been fascinated by a ballet about the fairytale in Copenhagen's Royal Theatre and asked the prima ballerina to model for the statue. The sculptor Edvars Eriksen created the bronze statue, which was unveiled on 23 August 1913.

Christiania

Christiania

The story of Christiania is colourful, long, and filled with battles, victories and defeats. It all began in 1971. Many of the people who began the experiment do not live here anymore, but the dream of a life lived in freedom and the idea of a city ruled by its inhabitants continues. Today 1000 people lives at Christiania in the collectively controlled village, and the area has a clear 70s feel to it.

Christiania Freetown is located at Christianshavn and is loved by many, but has been a turning point for a strong debate, especially because of the locals relaxed view on hash and some unfortunate violent incidents.

Go for a walk at Christiania and experience the special atmosthere and the alternative houses

You will find a variety of eco-restaurants, workshops, galleries and music venues offering all sorts of cultural experiences.

We recommend you to enjoy a good meal at Den Grå Hal ( The Grey Hall).

Botanical Garden

Botanical Garden

The Botanical Garden is Denmarks Natural History Museum and is located in the centre of Copenhagen.

The Botanical Garden is a living museum and room for the largest collection of living plants in Denmark.

The main purpose is to maintain a taxonomically, geographically and esthetical diverse collection of plants to be used in research and teaching and for public information.

The museum holds one of the largest herbaria of plants and fungi from all over the world.

OPENING HOURS:

1. May - 30. September:
Every day from 8:30 - 18:00 

1. October - 30. April: 
Monday closed
Tuesday - Sunday from 8:30 - 16:00 

Admission free.

Special opening hours for The Palm House