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National Gallery of Denmark

Soelvgade 48/50, Copenhagen 1307, Denmark
+45 33 74 84 94
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The National Gallery of Denmark is a living museum - located in Copenhagen - with a unique collection of Danish and international art. It is the only museum in Denmark where you can enjoy a tour of 700 years of art history and also experience the nation's largest collection of Danish art from the eighteenth century to today's cutting-edge contemporary art. The museum provides guided tours, workshops for children, live performances, concerts and much more. When you purchase a one-day ticket, you get unlimited access to all permanent displays, special exhibitions, the Bookshop, the Café. Visiting the Children's Workshop will cost an additional fee of DKK 30. Adults: DKK 110 Under 30: DKK 85 Under 18: Free 1 adult + 1 child: DKK 90 Annual pass holders: Free Groups (10+): DKK 100 per person
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Soelvgade 48/50, Copenhagen 1307, Denmark
Inner Oesterbro
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+45 33 74 84 94
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I love this museum and the way it mixes old and new - both in the exhibitions, architecture and accessibility for all ages. They sometimes arrange workshop for childen (my daugther is 11 and enjoyed it) Do take time to go for a walk in...More

Thank Maria C
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Right outside Rosenborg Castle Gardens (Kings garden) is this art gallery. It's a good collection of Danish art, the Munch I especially appreciated. Nicely laid out and not at all claustrophobic like larger museums can be (think Metropolitan in Nyc). The cafe is a bit...More

Thank GPToak
Reviewed 1 week ago

The botanical gardens are amazing. Great museum. Has a cafe, toilets and a playground for kids.it's wheelchair friendly. Great place to visit in copenhagen.

Thank Michelle B
Reviewed 1 week ago

After a stroll through the Botanical Garden, we arrived at the National Gallery and found it a fascinating cross section of Danish art. Not known as the greatest country in the world for art, there are some spectacular painting here - and to see the...More

Thank David P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I used the 5day copenhagen card to attend this museum too.It was worth seeing including various collections.I was very impressed.

Thank 733maggy
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We were a bit disappointed, overall, with this gallery. The French collection was interesting. They have a good collection of Matisses and a few Picasso's but it's not a huge collection (it was a gift from a private collector). We were very disappointed that the...More

Thank TPT_Traveller
Reviewed 18 September 2017

A great place to get acquainted with the works of Danish painters - and they have some really good ones. Also, while they do not have the most impressive collection of 19-20th century European painters, they have some great pieces from Matisse, Picasso, Braque and...More

Thank Ani M
Reviewed 16 September 2017

The only problem with the SMK is getting in and out of the place. The accessible entrance is through a steel elevator door that is not always monitored. Getting out through it is worse. And they have no wheelchairs available on that level, to get...More

Thank 599Angela
Reviewed 12 September 2017

We visited here on one of the rainy days to our trip to Copenhagen. A very good mixture of modern and classic art. The café offers some really nice food and theres plenty to do and see. Definitely one to visit!!

Thank shopoholic654321
Reviewed 9 September 2017

We went on a Saturday afternoon, it is a wonderful gallery, with many beautiful paintings, many Danish artists, along with many European artists.

Thank Sallie H
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Inner Oesterbro
Home to the largest number of embassies in Copenhagen,
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Frihavnsgade streets where shopping for clothes and
modern Danish design is a must, particularly if you're
not on at budget. There exists a great array of cafés
and restaurants, from the reasonably priced to pricier
Michelin ones. Fælledparken, one of the largest
recreational areas in Denmark, is a park home to the
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lovethatbark
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no, now you have to pay for the entrance
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