Kapelvej 4, Nørrebro
Arguably one of the most atmospheric cemeteries in the world, Assistens Kirkegarde is an oasis of calm in the middle of the city. Despite its primary function, the cemetery is not a somber place, locals use it almost like a park to exercise, relax, and read in. It's filled with trees making it a beautiful place to take in the fall colors as you walk around and study the tombstones of the notable Danes buried there (including every child's favorite fairytale author Hans Christian Andersen).
Galleri Nicolai Wallner
Glentevej 47-49, Nørrebro
Galleri Nicolai Wallner, the biggest contemporary art space in Copenhagen, has recently moved from their old Carlsberg brewery location to a brand new studio. With several different forms of artistic media represented, the idea behind this gallery is to commit to exploring the same generation of artists long-term. For the repeat visitor this is a pretty interesting visual experience as you can chart the artist's evolution and development over time, but, even for one-time visitors, the industrial-style location and volume of artists showing make it well worth a visit.
Ceraminker Inge Vincents
Jægersborggade 27, Nørrebro
What makes Inge's pieces special is the paper-thin porcelain she uses, which gives each cup, vase, or bowl a delicate, translucent aesthetic, particularly in the light. She only works in white, which is all the better to let her unique shapes come through. She's usually working in her studio, so take advantage of the opportunity to chat with her about her work when you stop in.