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Skagens Museum

Broendumsvej 4, Skagen 9990, Denmark
+45 98 44 64 44
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A lot of beautiful art in a quite a small building

The museum has a lot of beautiful art. It is quite small so all the paintings are crammed into the... read more

Reviewed August 13, 2016
Erik A
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Beautiful small art museum - easy to see.

Skagen is a small fishing village at the top of Denmark, but it also became an artists' retreat at... read more

Reviewed August 12, 2016
Elizabeth D
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Providence, Rhode Island
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Art museum in Skagen founded in 1908, and exhibiting an extensive collection of works by famous members of the colony of Skagen Painters who lived and worked in the area in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Names include P. S. Krøyer, Anna Ancher, Michael Ancher, Laurits Tuxen, Viggo Johansen, Marie Krøyer and Holger Drachmann.
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  • Average8%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible1%
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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Broendumsvej 4, Skagen 9990, Denmark
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Reviewed August 13, 2016 via mobile

The museum has a lot of beautiful art. It is quite small so all the paintings are crammed into the available walls. You get quite overloaded and it is difficult to take in, especially when bringing your kids in. A big plus for the benches...More

Thank Erik A
Jakob S, PR-chef at Skagens Museum, responded to this reviewResponded August 13, 2016

Dear Erik - thank you for visiting. Cramming as many paintings in as possible, covering all available spaces is something we have done intentional this year, as an homage to the way art exhibitions used to look like back in the late 19th century. Next...More

Reviewed August 12, 2016 via mobile

Skagen is a small fishing village at the top of Denmark, but it also became an artists' retreat at the turn of the 19th century. The artists who moved there created some absolutely lovely and moving paintings and the collection at the Skagen Museum represents...More

Thank Elizabeth D
Reviewed July 28, 2016

It's hard to add anything new to the reviews of Skagen Museum. It is indeed a true must if your interest are into impressionistic and realistic artists from around 1900-1920. The museum display a fabulous collection hung "salon style" - a form quite popular these...More

Thank time2goout
Reviewed July 26, 2016 via mobile

All those beautiful Skagen paintings. Well I think we saw them all in that museum. They had been exhibited 'Salon Style' which meant the walls were covered in paintings. All the favorites were there and the place was packed. There is also a very interesting...More

Thank Eva K
Reviewed July 22, 2016 via mobile

The Skagen painters are world famous - in Denmark :-) !! A unique collection tells the story of a great era in Danish culture. She were lucky that there was a Willumsen exhibition, telling the story of the creation of "bathing children" - priceless!!

Thank MeanMuller
Reviewed July 20, 2016

We have had several foreign friends visiting Skagen Museum. They were (linke ourself) very pleased with the museum. This year with all the paintings in the salon formation is absolutely perfect. Having a guided tour increases the experience even more. There is a treasure hunt...More

Thank Karl Aage B
Reviewed July 19, 2016 via mobile

The newly renovated museum is a must when visiting Skagen. The museum shop has a variety of beautiful book, posters and merchandise. The garden is worth a visit too with its beautiful cafe and the ateliers of the famous painters that used to live and...More

Thank Kristian B
Reviewed July 11, 2016

I enjoyed my visit, especially as I was with a Danish friend who could explain lots of details about the paintings and the artists. I also saw the originals of two prints I have at home. The arrangement of the pictures was unusual - covering...More

Thank dupeyabu
Reviewed July 9, 2016

Skagens Museum of Art is a great place. If you love light and water and the work of human beings who want to understand both as well as the men, women, and children who live surrounded by both, this is the museum for you. It...More

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Reviewed July 6, 2016

The exhibit space is dense with paintings so a trip to the balcony gives one the chance to view the higher up paintings. The light of Skagen was beautifully shown in many of the paintings. This is a must see when in Skagen.

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Nisha J
June 27, 2017|
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The entry fee for Skagens Museum is DKK 100 for adults. Under 18's are free. If you wish to visit Skagens Museum in combination with the Anchers Hus and Drachmanns Hus museums, we recommend the combines ticket for all three... More
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roberta1119
February 28, 2016|
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Hi Roberta. You can get a discount when visiting Skagens Museum, Drachmanns Hus and Anchers Hus for dkr 170,- (23 euros) pr. person.
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roberta1119
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Dear Roberta. Unfortunately no, the only Zorn exhibition here in Skagen was in 2006, and Larsson was featured the same year - while the Skagen painters ans Zorn/Larsson were contemporaries and had a lot on common... More
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