Bakkehuset is a historic house museum from the 1520s built in Vernacular style. Dedicated to the Danish Golden Age, it traces the contribution of house to the cultural zeitgist of the era when it was visited by figures such as Adam Oehlenschläger, B.S. Ingemann, H.C. Andersen and H.C. Ørsted.
Rahbeks Alle 23, 1801 Frederiksberg C, Denmark
+45 33 31 43 62
Bakkehus Museum and Nearby Attractions on Map
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Carlsberg Visitors Centre(0.5 km)
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Museum of Copenhagen(1.4 km)
Copenhagen Zoo(0.8 km)
Åbuen Bridge(2.1 km)
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