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The 'Den Gamle By' (The Old Town), National Open Air Museum of Urban History and Culture, is a living and breathing experience of what it was like to live and work in a Danish market town, as it was in the old days.
There are also many fascinating exhibitions at the other historical museum's in the city, such as The Women's Museum, The Steno Museum (the museum of science and medicine), The Natural History Museum, the Moesgård Museum and the Aarhus Urban Museum.
The Århus Art Building is situated in the city center and is one of Denmark's finest and largest exhibition venues for contemporary art. Many changing exhibitions portray a wide selection of both experimental and established local, national and international art.
Next to and in beautiful interplay with the famous architect Arne Jacobsen's City Hall, the Concert Hall and the old Equestrian Hall lies the new Artmuseum Aros (Kunstmuseet ARoS). The architecture is an experience in itself, and all nine levels have a built-in human dimension in that they alternate between exhibitions, art-free rooms for taking a break, activity rooms, a juniors' museum, and public areas with an information center, library, the ARoS Shop, the ART café and, at the top, the ART restaurant - and from the roof there is a full view of the city and the bay. In the downstairs area visitors can enjoy major special exhibitions and nine rooms presenting international installation art. The large halls on the upper floors house the museum's own collections of art from 1700 up to the present day.