Glyptoteket Museum

WEBSITE:| ADDRESS: Dantes plads 7, 1556 København V| OPENING HOURS: Tue - Sun: 11:00 - 17:00, Thu: 10:00 - 21:00 | PRICE: 115DKK (adults), 85DKK (Under 27/students), 100DKK (groups of 10 or more), FREE (Under 18), FREE (Season Ticket), FREE (Tuesdays)| ACCESS VIA PUBLIC TRANSPORT: yes (Copenhagen Central Station)| EXPECTED DURATION: 2-4 hours | SUITABLE FOR GROUPS: yes | WEATHER: Not dependent| COVID-19 FRIENDLY: Yes

Immerse yourself in the art and history of different civilisations

That is an excellent opportunity for anyone who wants to immerse oneself in the art and history of different civilisations, see the Winter garden with exotic plants and trees, have a coffee and snack in the Museum’s cafe, or visit a Museum’s shop to get an exciting purchase. It is an engaging, culturally enriching activity, especially on those days when it’s cold and rainy outside.

Free entrance on Tuesdays

People with a limited budget, like university students, can take advantage of the free entry to the museum on Tuesdays. Glyptoteket is one of the few museums in Copenhagen, that provides free entrance, so people interested in culture, history and art should use this chance and spend at least a few hours in this museum.

Visitors can observe different exhibitions such as:

• Danish Art (1780-1930) with sculptures, paintings, drawings by the Danish artists.

• Ancient Egypt has a display of more than 300 works that cover the era of 3000 years.

• French Art 1800-1870 with some of the influential French sculptures and paintings displayed.

• Greek and Roman Sculpture - this exhibition will take visitors on the journey to the time that influenced Western civilization.

• The ancient Mediterranean

In addition, visitors will be able to see limited-time special collections shown in the museum during specific days.