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National Gallery of Denmark, Copenhagen
(4.4/5 based on 850+ reviews on the web)
Containing impressive displays of both foreign and Danish art across the centuries, National Gallery of Denmark will transport you through the major periods of Denmark's art history, ranging from Medieval to Renaissance to contemporary. The gallery is home to more than 9,000 paintings and sculptures, plus 300,000 works of art created on paper. Early exhibits includes works by Titian and Rembrandt. Modern exhibits include works by Picasso and Matisse. Entry is free for the permanent collections of Danish and Nordic art, European art, Danish and international art, and French art. Check the website for more information about the guided tours, workshops, performances, and concerts that also take place here. Lockers and strollers are available at no charge. Make National Gallery of Denmark part of your personalized Copenhagen itinerary using our Copenhagen trip itinerary planner.
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  • Though quiet, the National Gallery is a must-see for all art lovers. There's a wide variety of paintings ranging from early 12th century to modern art installations. The Matisse collection, in particu...  more »
  • We have had a growing interest in art, yet the National Gallery was a little disappointing. It was interesting to a point. It was quite obviously that the gallery was of particular interest to special...  more »
  • I most of all really enjoyed the layout of the gallery. Many of the exhibits were wide, open spaces and walking from room to room felt very natural and even fun, with the different sets of stairs and ...  more »