Historical City Walk: Queer in Copenhagen

Walk back in time and visit the idyllic Ørstedsparken, which for several hundred years has provided shelter for sexual activity among men. We also walk through the inner city around Studiestræde and Larsbjørnstræde, which in various ways has been characterized by queer life and past Nikolaj Church, where two women (one disguised as a man) were married in the early 18th century.

The city walk lasts approx. 1½ hour

Special exhibition: Time Capsule – Copenhagen in the Nineties

Experience the Danish capital between “Wonderful Copenhagen” and the "most liveable city" accolade. Travel twenty-six years back in time to the 90s, when Copenhagen was run-down and populated by students and old ladies in large apartments. A time when people partied against the tragic background of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, when film had to be Danish Dogme, and buffalo shoes and Fly sunglasses were de rigueur on the fashion front.