We talked to Brittany from TheHouseThatLarsBuilt.com on the Today's Mama Podcast. She's married to a Dane, has lived in Denmark, and her eye for the beautiful is our life's design goals!
You can catch the full episode HERE:
Here's a little clip from the podcast about her life in Denmark (and life married to a Dane):
Audio Clip HERE
We asked Brittany for her must stop spots when visiting Denmark and she gave us her Danish wisdom!
4 Must Stop Spots In Denmark From Someone Who Lived There
With kids or without, a trip to Tivoli is a must! It's Denmark's theme park that inspired Walk Disney. They have beautiful gardens too. It's especially lovely during the Halloween and Christmas seasons.
Photo Credit: VisitDenmark.co.uk
A trip to Hans Christian Andersen's birthplace, Odense, is a real charmer. They're quintessential Danish homes--small and quaint. You feel like you're walking through a storybook but it's ever so real!
The boat tour in Copenhagen's canals. I love me a city tour and this is a great one. You can see beautiful old and new architecture of the city. Denmark is known for great design and you can see both here.
Louisiana Museum. My favorite art museum in the world! It's seaside location can't be beat. In fact, you can walk on the sand! It has beautiful grounds and a wonderful art collection as only the Danes can do. They're very good at involving children and being more lenient in rules than Americans
Photo Credit: The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art