The Greenland National Museum is located in Nuuk, the capital of Greenland. It was one of the first museums established in Greenland, inaugurated in the mid-1960s.
The museum has many artefacts related to archaeology, history, art, and handicrafts and also has information about ruins, graveyards, buildings etc. It is based in a warehouse which was built in 1936.Qilakitsoq mummies displayA major display in the museum contains the Qilakitsoq mummies. The mummies consist of three women and a six-month-old child, half of the mummies found at Qilakitsoq.Other displaysThe museum also houses a display on social change in the 1950s and one on geology. Several other nearby buildings also fall under the museums protection, such as the restocked cooper's workshop and a display on blubber vats and presses.
Åben som sædvanlig
Foredrag om Nuuk, Ny Herrnhut, Hans Egede, Fridtjof Nansen, Inuit og det moderne Grønland. Kirke og kristendom i Grønland