Danish Museum of Science and Technology
The Danish Museum of Science & Technology was established in 1911 by Danish Industry and the Crafts Association of Copenhagen. However, the museum's collection reaches further back. Among other things, the museum has scales from the 17th century and a collection of objects used by the famous Danish scientist H.C. Ørsted to discover electromagnetism in 1820, a discovery that made him world famous. Today the museum has several large collections, among others, the objects from the large Nordic industrial exhibition that was held in Copenhagen in 1888 and the original collection from Denmark's Technical University. Automotive highlights include the original Hammel car from 1888, an early Delaunay-Belleville and more.
10AM–5PM except Mondays.