Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek

Copenhagen, Denmark
4.8 / 13
A collection of works of art organized at the end of the 19th century on the basis of the collection of K. Jacobsen, founder of the Carlsberg company. The museum funds contain many masterpieces: the work of a brush by Gauguin, Degas, Renoir, Manet and other famous painters. There is also a rich collection of Rodin's sculptures and icons. The building itself is a picturesque architectural structure with rich decor and decoration of the Renaissance.
Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek
Address:Dantes Plads 7, København
Phone:+45 33 41 81 41
Hours:monday: Closed tuesday: 11:00–18:00 wednesday: 11:00–18:00 thursday: 11:00–21:00 friday: 11:00–18:00 saturday: 11:00–18:00 sunday: 11:00–18:00


Very nice museum! Well laid out. Beautiful in every detail. The Egyptian part is well worth a longer visit. The winter garden is impressive. Very nice staff all through the museum.


I don't know for others, but for me museums of art must be taken in gradually with enough time to ponder, think and sometimes to consciously dismiss. And there is quite a lot to consciously dismiss here, which is only natural with a collection this h.. Read more »


This place is the most amazing ever!! Building alone is worth its weight in gold, amazing rotunda and atrium and great skyline rooftop views. We were there for the Pierre Bonnard special exhibit which also happened to be the best art exhibit I’ve e.. Read more »


Simply wonderful collections in beautiful surroundings. The gallery is free to visit on Tuesdays and stays open till 9pm on Thursdays. I recommend the cafe. Very good !


This was the first place I visited on my trip to Copenhagen and was absolutely stunning, setting things perfectly for my holiday. The sheer amount of beautiful sculptures to see here and to take in is breathtaking, with very interesting items from an.. Read more »


Very impressive collection of sculptures. Must visit if you are in town. Their late hours are very convenient—we played tourists most of the day and came at 4pm with time to wander around waiting for dusk. We couldn’t believe how extensive the mythol.. Read more »


Great on free day. Some great art to savour here and not too crowded early or late. Maybe I was lucky.


This place is awesome. There were so many things to see, especially the French sculptures which took our breath away. We spent so much time here and loved every second of it!


Take a visit on Tuesday (it’s free on Tuesday only. )It opens at 10am (Closed in Monday’s . Just about everything is closed on Monday in Copenhagen) This museum is fantastic. Definitely worth a visit . So much to see so much history , amazing art , .. Read more »


Absolutely gorgeous building! We went on a Tuesday, which is indeed with a free commission, but we still bought tickets to see the special exhibitions. They were much less crowded, as you'd expect, but we liked only one of them. The other was nothing.. Read more »


This place has an impressive collection of sculptures and statues, as well as archaeological remains from Egypt and the Mediterranean. It's all well-presented, with some exhibition rooms simply stunning. And on top of that, the building itself is inc.. Read more »


Impressive collection of some paintings by the big names - Renoir, van Gogh, Monet, Rousseau, Picasso, etc.; but mostly sculptures, many by Rodin, some like "The Thinker" being well known. Their Ancient Egyptian area is extensive also, including a sp.. Read more »


A really beautiful place. Free entrance Tuesdays and only DKK 60,- for the special exhibition on Tuesdays.


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