Ordrupgaard, Charlottenlund

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Art Museum Museum
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  • This gallery is partly in a pretty historic house and partly in a modern annex. There's a large light-filled cafe the seems popular with locals. Right now there is an interesting exhibit about The Dan...  more »
  • This was a very peaceful and beautiful gallery and gardens, the food and restaurant were spectacular, the walks through the surrounding grounds were terrific , the collection was charming  more »
  • A little art museum with the big exhibitions, a gorgeous garden, Finn Juhls, house and sculptures.One of the biggest Franch imperialism collection in Nordic you can find here  more »
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  • Wonderful buildings in beautiful surroundings. The art was fascinating and beautifully displayed particularly the permanent exhibitions. I would have given this museum five stars except for one very negative part - as per most museums you have to view behind a barrier but if you have bi focals or are short sighted you cannot see the detail in the pictures. My friend and I had to lean forward to view and a very rude guard told us off for getting too close. He was unnecessary blunt and rude and put us off a lot. Couldn't see the rest of the exhibition in details so that was disappointing. Also on revisiting one part we ran into another rude guard because we weren't displaying our 'spot' tickets well enough. One of us had put a jumper on and the other had mistakenly hidden hers behind the museum brochure. Again, unnecessarily rude and obnoxious. Was so surprised I was lost for words!! How to put off paying customers!!!!! So beware - don't put a foot wrong here. Could learn some courtesy!!!!
  • Loved the art selection there. I was there for the Monet. They keep changing the exhibit. Definitely worth a visit if you are biking nearby. It cost something but it is free on certain days. Do make sure to check the website before you plan.
  • My favourite museum in Copenhagen. Beautifully collection and surroundings!
  • World class art and a magnificient building by Zaha Hadid and funny art installations in the garden by Olafur Eliasson. I prefer the Hammershoi paintings in the old building, though.
  • Exhibition is limited both in quality and quantity by comparison to SMK or other art museums. Entry price likewise disproportionate. Cafe is stunningly crowded with only half of available floor space being utilized!