Marvelling as they learn

1,001 Hats 

Halfway up the dizzying climb to the top of the Round Tower, you can pop into the 1,001 Hats exhibition. Check out the cultural history of this niche fashion accessory. Perhaps it’s time for the humble hat to make a comeback.  (PS)


Doll’s House Festival  


(Photo: Flickr: Fiona Goble)

Kulturhuset, Stavnsholtvej 3, Farum; May 3-4; 60-30kr; dukkehusfestival.dk 

Sixty exhibitors are shoing off their detailed miniatures – everything from tiny houses to minute furniture, clothes, tools, pictures, plants and cakes – and many of them are for sale. (PS)


Blinded by Science


(Photo: Flickr: Johnny Comstedt)

Museum of Science and Technology, Fabriksvej 25, Helsingør; May 10-17; 65kr, free; tekniskmuseum.dk  

 

A wistfully nostalgic collection of  inventions, electric appliances, bicycles, cars and airplanes from days gone by. Bus 802 goes from Helsingør Train Station every 20 minutes. (PS)

 

 





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