With this combination ticket you’ll see Copenhagen both above and underground. The Danish Resistance museum takes you underground to learn about life during the Second World War. And the hop-on hop-off bus will take you to the best sights in modern day Copenhagen.
When you visit the Museum of Danish Resistance in Copenhagen, you’ll learn about the years of occupation by following in the footsteps of five people. Four joined the resistance, the fifth became a Nazi. Through the exhibits you will learn how the occupation affected the Danish people and how the resistance movement got started.
Amongst the exhibits in the mostly underground museum, you’ll find a large digital map of which shows where some of the most important acts of sabotage were committed by the resistance. You can also take on the challenge of printing illegal magazines, tap phone conversations and other resistance work.
On a city trip, you want to explore a city at your own pace and you can do exactly that with the RED Sightseeing Hop-on Hop-off bus. There is a bus stop just 2 minutes away from the Resistance Museum, as well as 21 other stops all over the city. The hop-on hop-off bus can take you to Nyhavn and Christiansborg Palace, Tivoli or Freetown Christiania.
The bus is equipped with free Wi-fi and offers an audio guide to tell you all about the city and its sights. To find the nearest stop to you in the city, just open the RED Sightseeing app, which also tells you where all the buses are driving around the city. In 24 hours you can explore the city easily by bus and the app even has a free walking tour you can follow through the city centre.
Access to the Hop-on Hop-off bus for 24 hours
Entry to the Museum of Danish Resistance
List of bus stops