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Storm P. Museum

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Very fun museum - but have a translator app

This is a small, but fun museum telling the story of a prolific Danish artist and satirist. It is well worth seeking out. Some of the text explaining the exhibits are translated... read more

Reviewed 20 September 2015
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Reviewed 20 September 2015

This is a small, but fun museum telling the story of a prolific Danish artist and satirist. It is well worth seeking out. Some of the text explaining the exhibits are translated into English, but most of the content is not.

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Reviewed 9 March 2015

This is a cartoon very special cartoon atist who really captured the danes in his drawings all of his life. The museum it self have been made with fun little details which the artist would have appreciated. There are many corners to explore and places to sit and enjoy the many many drawings, poster and paintings. The artist own office... More 

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Reviewed 4 July 2013 via mobile

Lovely little museum of a very inspiring and funny man. The entrance fee is small so do yourself a favor and stop by on your way to Frederiksberg Have.

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Reviewed 21 October 2012

Visited this relatively small museum recently. It is home of a collection of the Danish cartoonist/ illustrator Robert Storm Petersen (19 September 1882 – 6 March 1949), who was mainly known by his pen name "Storm P". If you like cartoons and (funny) drawings in general you would like this place. If you are Danish you will benefit even more,... More 

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Frederiksberg
Located between Noerrebro and Vesterbro you’ll find Frederiksberg, which is actually a municipality in itself but completely surrounded by Copenhagen. Here there are several fine theaters, from the experimental to the great Det Ny Teater (The New Theater) which specializes in transcribing the great London and New York musicals into Danish, and has done so for several years with huge success. In Frederiksberg you’ll find Denmark’s most beautiful (and expensive) city villas. These 4-5 square miles form the Beverly Hills of Copenhagen. Here you’ll also find Frederiksberg Have (Garden) which sports huge outdoor concerts, from classical to electronic dance music. To top it off, dining options range from cozy family restaurants to some of the area’s most trendy cafés.
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