National Gallery is quite well organised, has a good selection of art collections on display, plenty to see.
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Free and worth a visit for an hour or so. Both interesting modern art and classic paintings e.g. Picasso.
It's a gallery...some of the displays were being maintained when I was there, so didn't see it all. There is a nice green space behind it you can walk around if your preference is to be outside.
I make a point to visit national art galleries when traveling and glad we were able to visit. Also disappointed that the Scandinavian gallery was closed, but still had plenty to see. I enjoyed seeing the Munch pieces along with other artists - helped to...More
this is a nice gallery.....they have a very good nordic collection......some nice French work,very nice european pictures from 1500-1900.....and an interesting collection of modern art
Unfortunately much of the Gallery's Scandinavian collection was not on display which is the reason we went. But there were enough pieces to make it worthwhile. The Gallery has a number of Matisse pieces - worth seeing. Great cafe but they ran out of food...More
This was such a great opportunity to see the art works of the 'masters'. The quantity and quality of Rembrandt's paintings were exceptional. There are explanations of the paintings in English which was much appreciated. It's an easy museum to get around for those with...More
I hadn't planned to visit, but having saved some money on entry to Thorvaldsen's museum which is free on Wednesdays, I decided to walk up through the city and treat myself. I was initially disappointed to discover that the early Danish and Nordic galleries were...More
I love this place! The building in itself is a very elegant mixture of old and modern and likewise the art is a beautiful mixture. I really like the old section as a place to contemplate and reflect over history and paint techniques. Not that...More
The museum provides free lockers for your bags and other items. Art is not my thing but I enjoyed the walk through. Had lunch in the café in the newer building addition. You overlook the park next to the gallery. The food was very good...More