The recently opened National Maritime Museum is now one of the top places to explore Denmark's seafaring legacy.

 Set underground in the old dry docks of the revamped former shipyard area next to Kronborg Castle, and designed by renowned Danish architects BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group), the collections are dedicated to the country's rich maritime history.

 The informative and dramatic exhibits include relics from Denmark's conquests in Greenland, India, the West Indies, and West Africa.