The Old Town is one of the most popular tourist attractions of Denmark, conveniently located in the city of Aarhus. It is indeed a beautiful open air village museum housing around 75 historical buildings from 20 townships, belonging to almost all parts of the country.
Opened in the year 1914, The Old Town is the World's first open-air museum of its kind, and still remains one of the top ranked museums in the world, receiving somewhere around 3.5 million visitors pr. Year.
The historical buildings of this top rated Danish museum were originally built between 1550 to the late 19th century in different parts of Denmark, and were finally moved to Aarhus during the 20th century.
This beautiful Open Air Museum houses 27 rooms, chambers or kitchens, 10 groceries or shops, 5 historical gardens, 34 workshops, a school, a customs office, a post office, and a theatre.