With 1700 square metres spanning ten levels the museum showcase its extensive collection including Your rainbow panorama by Olafur Eliasson and Boy by Ron Mueck
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great museum of art with unique view over the city from the "Rainbow" on top.
Aros (5 min walk from here): A large art museum with the iconic "Rainbow" at the top DKK 135 for entrance
ARoS Aarhus Art Museum Enjoy a Michelin experience in Aarhus at ARoS Aarhus Art Museum. ARoS is the main art museum in Aarhus and one of the largest museums in Northern Europe. On the roof of ARoS you can also visit Your rainbow panorama. Current exhibitions ARoS offers a large amount of…
With a total of 20,700 square metres distributed on ten storeys, ARoS is one of the largest art museums in Northern Europe. ARoS has about one million visitors early, making it the most frequented art museum in Scandinavia. ARoS has an ambition to be among the ten most eminent art museums in the…
This is our art museum and you will see a beautiful view of the city if you take a walk in the rainbow on top of it.
“Aarhus streetfood is a must try when you visit Aarhus! Amazing food, drinks and a really nice atmosphere :-)”
“DOKK 1 is located nbext to the harbour by the sea side. enter the stairs to the first floor (outside steps) and you'll find a gret playing garden for your children, and a good view point for you at the same time. DOKK1 is a pubvlic library but there are outdoor activities interated on the first floor terrasse that goes al around the building, which you may check out. Very Danish way of thinking play ground for the children. next by on ythe ground floor is a fountaine which you can run barefooted in between during summer time. ”
“It's right next to the Queens place and it's a very, very nice place to hang out. It may or may not be possible to park on Kongevejen. Otherwise there are parking lots nearby - follow the signs.”
“Very close to the appartment. They also serve food and have a great selection of beer”
“You can see houses from different periods of Danish history. It is an active museum with actors caring out tasks relevant to the time of the area of the museum. There are small shop where you can buy sweet, cakes and souvenirs. You can bring your own lunch and eat it in one of the places intended for that purpose or eat in a cozy inn or get a hotdog at the hotdog stand ”
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