Read more about the exciting museums and gardens which are part of the University of Copenhagen.
University museums in Copenhagen
Natural History Museum of DenmarkDenmark's national museum of nature has everything from two-ton meteorites and rare fossils to carnivorous plants and colourful live butterflies.
The gardens at Frederiksberg Campus(in Danish only)
The gardens provide ample opportunity to see plants change colour through the seasons from blossoming to blooming, fructification, autumn foliage and hibernation.
Medical MuseionVisitors of all ages can explore the animal and plant material which pharmacists, doctors and botanists have collected from among nature people all over the world.
The Veterinary Collections(in Danish only)
Unique historical veterinary and animal science collections containing everything from horseshoes to specimens with deformities.
University museums outside Copenhagen
The ArboretumThe Arboretum in Hørsholm was established in 1936 as an extension to the Botanical Garden, and with its approximately 2,000 species, it is the largest collection of trees and bushes in Denmark
The Pometum (“the Apple Museum”)The Pometum is a collection of varieties of fruit trees and bushes. Several of the apple varieties are of cultural-historical interest, many dating back more than 100 years.
The Øresund AquariumA unique experience into the magnificent, and to most people unknown, world that unfolds at the bottom of Danish seas and fiords. From shrimps to sharks.