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Museum of military and weapon history
The Royal Arsenal Museum (Tojhusmuseet) is a military and weapon museum with great tradition, as it has been hosting historic arms collections since the 1680s. It focuses on the history of Danish defense and weapons since the 1200s.
Describing the development of hand weapons and canons since the Middle Ages, the collections housed by the Royal Arsenal Museum (Tojhusmuseet) display varied military items, such as weapons, uniforms and flags, as well as modern military vehicles and aircraft. The old and modern Danish canons are exhibited in the Arsenal Hall, said to be the longest arched renaissance hall in Europe. The Armory Hall introduces walks visitors through the evolution of small arms and blades during the past 500 years.
Admission is free for children under 18.
Royal Arsenal Museum (Tojhusmuseet)
Tojhusgade 3, Copenhagen
Open Hours: pen: Tuesday – Sunday 12-16 During week 7, 8 and 42 and in July open every day from 10-16. Closed on December 23rd-26th, 31st and January 1st.
Price: Cost money