A Scandinavian EMYA 2015 (European Museum of the Year Award 2015) nominee

The European Museum Forum has revealed their nominations for the EMYA 2015 (European Museum of the Year Award 2015), and we are delighted to see that a Danish museum is among the nominees.

The Maritime Museum of Denmark in Elsinore, the home town of Hamlet’s castle Kronborg, is one of the museums on this list of very interesting attractions in Europe.

It is not only one of the newest museums in Denmark it is also one the most architectural spectacular.

Within the museum you will find exhibitions documenting the maritime history of Denmark, while you can enjoy one of the newest contributions to the large array of unique Scandinavian architecture. The buildings are designed by the internationally renowned architecture company BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group).

Denmark is a proud nation of seafarers, and some of this history can be seen at the museum.

Here guests will experience a colorful world with a whole range of exhibitions telling the story of Denmark as one of the world’s leading shipping nations – both of the past and present. The museum’s maritime collections are presented in evocative and dramatic exhibitions, with films projected directly onto the architecture of the building.

Visiting the museum is a must for any incentive trip and/or visit to Kronborg.

So contact us for details on how to implement this with your plans for visiting the Scandinavian region.

Read more about the EMYA 2015 here: http://bit.ly/12xxtHq