Designed by Danish architect Henning Larsen, the museum opened in 2014 and has been a popular cultural destination ever since. Exhibitions on the Bronze Age, the Iron Age and the Vikings were launched around the time of opening. Now the launch of a new permanent exhibition about the Stone Age has just taken place. The First Immigrants opened on 8 October this year, with Denmark’s Queen Margrethe, a dedicated supporter of archeology, there to do the honours. “An opportunity to create a different type of exhibition came up,” says Bodil Jensen, head of marketing and communications.