Guinness World Records Museum, Copenhagen

1.8
#22 of 60 in Museums in Copenhagen
Guinness World Records Museum presents the strangest and most outstanding people and machines in the world through exhibits, interactive games, trivia, themed galleries, and video productions. Compare yourself to the tallest man and the shortest woman, or attempt to set some of your own records. Discover how powerful your punch is, or test your cycling skills. The museum features records in sports, art, music, nature and science, and curiosities, such as the man with the longest mustache or the metal-eating man. If you have a Copenhagen Card, you'll get a 25 percent discount. To visit Guinness World Records Museum on your trip to Copenhagen, use our Copenhagen trip planner.
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  • This was an enjoyable way to spend 45 minutes, it had some interesting and wierd records! The activities were fun but a couple were a little dated. Downside is the attraction is quite small so...  more »
  • We visited as part of our 72 hour Copenhagen Card. Spent around an hour in here. Plenty of information to read and activities to do. Very enjoyable and great added value to our card. Would recommend.....  more »
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  • Youngest grandchild (10 years old) wanted to visit here as he has lots of the Guinness World of Records books. The statur (?) of the world's tallest man, outside, is quite a big draw. But inside we were disappointed. It's all very tired looking. Several displays were not working. There were some games that related to world records for children to play. At the end was a creepy area of sinister things, but I thought they were pretty amateurish. And my grandchildren were not overly impressed either. So, if you are a fan, then by all means give it a try. I think we got more fun in the free Lego shop just down the road. Please see what others say - perhaps I am being a bit hard on them. One great thing is that we walked about an hour from our hotel to see the little mermaid and the expectation of going into the Guinness World of Records kept our 10 year old enthusiastic on the walk back from the little mermaid to the exhibit.😁
  • For people who are willing to read a lot to understand what everything is about, it might be worth it. Otherwise, I would skip this one. It is much bigger than what one may think from looking from the outside. It is very well taken care of and has a few games people can play inside.

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