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“Great art in suburbian Copenhagen”
Review of Ordrupgaard

Ordrupgaard
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$63.35*
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Copenhagen Card
Certificate of Excellence
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Fee: Yes
Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Owner description: Odrupgaard is an exclusive art museum with a collection that includes names such as Monet, Gauguin, Matisse, Renoir and Hammershoi. Initially, the museum building served as a manor house. You can still sense the atmosphere throughout the old rooms and the park. Additionally, you can experience temporary exhibitions and (on weekends) visit the renowned Danish architect Finn Juhl's house which is a part of the museum. The sculptural extensional adjacent building is designed by the internationally acclaimed architect Zaha Hadid. How to get there: Take the S-train to Klampenborg or Lyngby Station, and then take bus 388 to Vilvordevej. It is a 2-minute walk from there to the museum.
Reviewed June 12, 2014

At Ordrupgaard we found both fine French impressionist paintings, modern architecture and contemporary art sculptures. A small gemstone hidden away in the former residence of Danish art collectors. Set in a beautiful garden, open to the public free of charge and displaying sculptures by contemporary Danish and International artists, you may decide to enter into the original villa, and to the annex, designed by superstar architect Zaha Hadid. The well-known Danish furniture designer and architect Finn Juhl's private house also belongs to Ordrupgaard. Located in Charlottenlund, near the Dyrehaven Woods. Getting there: Take the S-train, line C, get off at Klampenborg. Take bus no. 388 towards Lyngby and get off at Vilvordevej.

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Reviewed June 5, 2014

We went to Ordrupgaard for the exhibition about the disagreement between Vincent van Gogh and Paul Gaugin in the yellow house in Arles, France in the 1880's.
The exhibition was very interesting and well explained. The ordinary exhibition was also very good. And the cafeteria served a nice light lunch at a reasonable price.

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Reviewed June 5, 2014

We went to Ordrupgaard for the exhibition about the disagreement between Vincent van Gogh and Paul Gaugin in the yellow house in Arles, France in the 1880's.
The exhibition was very interesting and well explained. The ordinary exhibition was also very good. And the cafeteria served a nice light lunch at a reasonable price.

Thank clauskamp
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Reviewed June 1, 2014

In the small village Charlottenlund is located an Art Museum named Ordrupgaard. There are frequently changing art exhibitions, but the house collection is surely worth your visit. Impressive is the garden with huge beautiful statues and also an area with funny mirrors.
The location is fabulous attractive with views over the Öresund sea. The coastal area along the Öresund is very enjoyable in its own right, with beautiful estates and gardens. Highly recommended, and not too far from Copenhagen town, about halve an hour drive.

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Reviewed October 22, 2013

The location of this museum/gallery is amazing! It was a little further out of Copenhagen but not tricky to get to if you follow the directions on their website - we walked back to the station at the end of the visit to enjoy being out in the country (it was autumn and the leaves were turning).
The architecture (old and new) was beautiful and the gardens very peaceful.

It's worth going there if you have a love of midcentury architecture as Finn Juhl's house is just wonderful. I found it hard to leave!

3  Thank frazfraz
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