The Tycho Brahe museum shows Brahe’s scientific achievements, but also where the brave scientist lived and worked. Every year around 30,000 inquisitive visitors make their way to the island and its museum, including school classes, international research teams, and even NASA. The main exhibition tells the story about Brahe and his work, located in the former All Saints Church. Visitors can also see his castle, Uraniborg, and the surrounding Renaissance Garden, are constructed botanical garden with the same plants as those used in his medicinal work and prescriptions. “It’s a great experience, discovering Brahe’s curiosity in science, his interest in how everything is connected and also the methods used,”says museum director Nina Petersson.“In the garden, you will even be able to pick up on some of the same scents as 500 years ago!”