Furesø Museums: Mosegaarden, Cornelen and The Immigrants’ Museum
Furesø Museums is a cooperation of three museums: Mosegaarden on local history, the historic merchant's house Cornelen and The Immigrants' Museum which tells the story of immigration in Denmark through 500 years.
Furesø Museums are three individual museums located in Furesø. Through the story of the area, the museums tell tales of Denmark’s history as a nation.
Mosegaarden – The story of a small city close to Copenhagen
Explore the story of the two suburbs Farum and Værløse close to Copenhagen. At the museum, you can explore the traces of human activity in the area going thousands of year bac and thestory of the present day suburban life.
Address: Stavnsholtvej 3, 3520 Farum
Cornelen – A historic merchant’s house
At the historic merchant’s house Cornelen you can see a typical old Danish merchant’s house from the countryside, where the shop and the owners home was located in the same house. In the merchant’s house you can buy old-fashioned candy and toys. Cornelen has a small café.
Address: Stavnsholtvej 186, 3520 Farum
The Immigrants’ Museum – The story of immigration in Denmark
The Immigrant’s Museum tells the story of immigration in Denmark through the last 500 years. People have always immigrated, and Danmark has attracted people from abroad since the 16th century. At the museum you will meet refugees from different eras. Meet some of the more than 81.000 Swedes migrating to Denmark in the end of the 19th century, the Dutch farmers invited to Denmark by King Christian 2. and todays refugees and immigrants.
Address: Skovgårds Allé 37, 3500 Værløse