The Design Museum Danmark is a must for anyone with interest in Danish design. The building, a work of art in itself, is an amazing example of Rococo architecture. Housed in what was formerly Denmark’s first public hospital, it was remodeled into a world-class museum in the 1920s. Inside it’s filled with decorative art, glass, ceramics, fashion, textile and poster art, as well as industrial design from Denmark and across the globe, from the Middle Ages and to the present. It's also got one of the world’s largest collections of Danish design, including works by Finn Juhl, Arne Jacobsen, Poul Kjærholm, Verner Panton, and Hans Wegner. A few other reasons to visit: in-depth guided tours, a hands-on workshop, and the museum's lush gardens.