If you have an interest in science and physics, the Niels Bohr Archive will be right up your street. Over the years, the archive has established itself as a central institution for documenting the history of modern physics and its social and philosophical implications. “It is mostly scientists and historians of science who visit the archive, but everyone is welcome. You can attend the open lectures announced on our website or get a tour of the historic rooms,” says Finn Aaserud, director at the Niels Bohr Archive. ”We also have a collection of Bohr’s books and many others which you can read in our library.”