The exhibition is like a sensory journey in the caos of the megalopolis Mexico City. It has earlier been shown in Mexico City and Berlin with great succes. You can visit it at Museum of Copenhagen from 27th of May to 14th of August 2011.
The city is build on it. We recycle and we repair, we throw away and we dump. In TRASH children and grown ups can explore Copenhagen’s hidden garbage.
This exhibition tells the story of Copenhagen when it was the residential seat of the reigning autocratic monarchy, a period that lasted up until the Danish Golden Age.
July 6th - September 2nd the exhibition The City Speaks is on display in the Garden Room
The history of Copenhagen’s homosexuals, bisexuals and transpersons tells of a journey from secretive nightly meetings on the city ramparts to sequined Pride parades on the City Square.
The Museum of Copenhagen presented an imaginative, freewheeling exhibition on the bicycle culture of Copenhagen.
Gerda Gadeballade (Miss Street Trouble), the Falafel Fairy and all their friends from the museum’s toy collection had fun in the city.