The National Gallery of Denmark houses the country’s largest collection of Danish art. Theoriginal shows were once housed at Christiansborg, but moved to the current location in the late19th century. A gigantic extension has not only significantly extended the space, but allowsnatural light to flood into the interior of the museum. Covering more than 700 years of (related to Europe) and Scandinavian art, the museum displays paintings by the Dutch Masters, Picasso, and Edvard Munch among others. As expected, fine collections of Danish art are also on display. The small restaurant is especially pleasant and a great place to unwind and soak up thesurroundings.