Aarhus
Midtjylland
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Things To Do in Aarhus

4.6/5
26 Reviews
乖小咪Aarhus Cathedral is a typical Eastern European-style church, with its high pointed spire thrusting into the sky. With exquisite murals and beautiful ceiling lights, although it is not luxurious, you can still see his solemnity and it is worth the money to visit.
4.7/5
24 Reviews
乖小咪The Aarhus Art Museum is the most famous building in the city. It covers a very large area and contains many art treasures from ancient times to the present. Both locals and tourists like to come very much. This has become one of the attractions of Aarhus Bishop. Don't miss it.
4.9/5
17 Reviews
乖小咪The open-air museum in Aarhus is a museum here that reflects the style of this ancient town more than 100 years ago. The buildings here are all old buildings of the year. The architectural decorations are preserved at the time and have a sense of age. The visit seems to have passed back more than 100 years ago. It is really interesting.
4.5/5
11 Reviews
卐_ヒビバパ_卍This museum has many exhibits on female characteristics, health, education, etc., which give a full understanding of the social characteristics and changing roles of women and make people more respectful of women. It features Danish respect and love for women.
4.2/5
12 Reviews
E21***82The Viking Museum is a small "live" underground museum. The museum belongs to the Moskva History Museum and is located on the west side of Aarhus Square. It is the site of the Viking Pirates from 900 to 1400 AD, and is also the oldest part of the city. Here, you can follow the footsteps of the Vikings to explore and understand the story of the Vikings living in this land. Hear stories about King Harald I (nicknamed "Bluetooth"), learn about the urban architecture of the Viking era and the Vikings who lived on this land. There are also many other interesting stories about pirates in the history of unique ship burials.
4.8/5
11 Reviews
_We***95Here shows the process of human development so far, a great exhibition. Many things here are breathtaking. Fortunately, the museum has set up a "pause room" to let your mind rest. You can spend a few hours or even a day here.