Copenhagen is the epitome of Nordic chic; a city of constant visual pleasure, where an everyday walk provides a sense of quiet wonder. This compact, easy-to-navigate city is effortlessly stylish in an understated, clean edged way. It is also one of the world’s most liveable cities with eco-design around every corner and welcoming and courteous citizens who are the epitome of Scandi cool.
With more Michelin starred restaurants than any other Scandinavian capital, Copenhagen also provides a wide range of exciting new eateries plating produce from local greenhouses, gardens and farms. Filled with art and culture, stunning modernist architecture, beautifully preserved historic quarters and fine dining, Copenhagen is a delight to explore over a weekend.
Natasha McEnroe is the Keeper of Medicine at the Science Museum in South Kensington, London. Her previous post was Director of the Florence Nightingale Museum, and prior to this was Museum Manager of the Grant Museum of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy and Curator of the Galton Collection at University College London. From 1997 – 2007, she was Curator of Dr Johnson’s House in London’s Fleet Street, and has also worked for the National Trust and the Victoria & Albert Museum. Natasha was co-editor of The Hospital in the Oatfield – The Art of Nursing in the First World War (2014); The Tyranny of Treatment: Samuel Johnson, His Friends and Georgian Medicine (2003); and editor of Medicine: An Imperfect Science(2019) and co-editor of The Medicine Cabinet(2019). Her research interests focus on 18th and 19th-century medical humanities. Natasha is a Freeman of The Worshipful Company of Barbers.
The cost of the tour is £884 per person sharing.