Superkilen is an intricate urban park broken up into three sections: Red, black and green. Designed by the artist groups, Superflex, Topotek1 and Bjarke Ingels Group, on a former rail yard, Superkilen is one of the more gorgeous green spaces in Nørrebro with 108 objects donated from 60 parts of the world.
Superkilen is slightly unreal. With a glorious blue fountain from Morocco, a playground from Japan and painted stripes on the floor, minimialistically Nordic, they create a hodge-podge of cultures that don’t clash in a way that you’d expect. They compliment each other and the whole area is surreal and beautiful.
As it’s free, I would definitely recommend visiting Superkilen, especially if you’re staying in Nørrebro.