It is very easy to get here from Copenhagen. A short train ride and then a 15 minute walk. If you stay on the right side of the road going towards the sea, you will meet a small path, marked by birdhouses. The path leads through a beech forest, with labelled other trees including cherry and maple. You pass by Karen Blixen's grave- which is beneath a beautiful old beech tree. The path takes you to the house arriving from the property itself rather than the public face, which is rather interesting. The shop was very interesting and a small museum- not really much to see,a few artefacts and book collection. The house itself is an exquisite experience. The flower displays are fresh- and the rooms full of resonance. Her office was beautiful. Knowing Kenya and the work of Karen Blixen quite well, I imagined her travelling to this area, from Kenya and thinking about Kenya. I found myself wanting to go back in the winter for some reason. This was a highlight for me- of a week's visit to Denmark. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Probably a good thing to do on your own.