Short intro before walking around in Blixen's house. Very interesting film and posters about her life. Bought some of her books for summer reading
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We loved seeing the home of Karen Blixen, whose work we both know, and it was interesting to see also her paintings, which were mediocre, in truth, when compared to her fine writing, but which nevertheless were of interest. We also had brunch at the...More
This was an added bonus as we travelled down the coast line to Copenhagen. Nice welcome and helpful information by the lady who lets you in to the main house. You are allowed in at different times but we went in on our own and...More
We did not feel so sorry for Karen Blixen having to return to Denmark when we saw her beautiful family home on the coast. It is a spectacular setting on a hill overlooking the water. There are lovely gardens and a short, pleasant walk up...More
The Karen Blixen Museum, located about 30 minutes north of Copenhagen, is the house where Karen Blixen was born and to which she returned after her 17 years in Africa. It is where she wrote her famous novels, Out of Africa and Babette's Feast. We...More
Nice museum with a lot of african artefacts, guided tour only. Perfect location by the see, nice old house with large garden, nice walks around. Perfect coffee and small dishes inside the house.
Beautiful house and a great story. Karen Blixen was an avant garde feminist, an adventurous, a great story teller, a painter and finally a great writer. She lived in this house once he returned from Kenya where she spend 17 years (1914-1931). There she got...More
I do love Karen Blixen, so this was a 'must' for me, but I do recommend a visit: it's a lovely place, full of inspiration. Have a walk there and you will be surrounded by the blissful spirit of Karen.
Like many visitors to this intimate little museum, I have long been fascinated with the work and life of Karen Blixen/Isak Dinesen. In many ways my visit was a kind of pilgrimage. I did not know what to expect except that I expected to feel...More