Free entry museum in Copenhagen: David's Collection (Davids Samlings)

Wednesday, April 24, 2019


A part of travelling is discovering some museum around the area that will show you something you never heard or learned instantly once you hop in from one country to another. In a search for a museum when we were in Denmark, I found this David Collection which is a free entrance museum especially those travellers in a budget but still wants to experience and learn something at the same time. 

The opening times are as follows:

It is a 4-stock museum wherein it houses some Islamic arts, Danish Early Modern Art and European 18th Century Art. You can make a good visit for approximately 3 hours. You can also borrow from the reception for free a tablet guide which translates the info of every piece inside the museum to different languages.  

I guess the biggest and impressive part in the museum for me personally was the Islamic Arts. It contains pieces of ceramics, carved stones, native pieces, carpets and many more which I found really interesting to learn about and see. 

A small part of the museum showcases the Danish Early Modern Art which contains some paintings.

In the European 18th-century art section, the set-up was like what we always see on royalty castles. What I found really cool in this section were the mechanical pieces of furniture made by David Roentgen was displayed. He made pieces of furniture for royalties. The system/process of how it was made was so precise and looks really complicated. For example, the mechanical table which opens many little secrets drawers once you press some buttons/ execute some process but you will not barely see where these drawers were located until you start the magic of some technicalities.

Here is the clip of our short visit to David's Collection in Copenhagen.


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