Louisiana Museum – Outside

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Hello fellow Globetrotters!

I know this post should have been online yesterday, but as I messed up with the date for the quote (this one), I decided to post it today.

See more of Copenhagen here: The little mermaid

It will take you to a stroll through the outdoor facility of the famous Louisiana Museum.
Founded by Knud W. Jensen the museum opened its doors in 1958. It was supposed to be the home for modern Danish art.

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In this post we want to show you a bit of the outside (probably there is a post about the inside later).
As I am not that much into art, the outdoor facility was the best part of the museum. I do not understand ´modern art´ most of the times, but still it was fun to walk through the museum.

How about you? Do you like art museums and art in general?

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Like this post? Also have a look at: Nyhavn by night

You have a lovely view to the ocean, it is relaxing and calm to watch the waves. I was so jealous of the person owning the house in the second picture.

Want to see more? The Marble Church

If you want to visit the Louisiana museum, here are the Opening hours:

TUE-FRI 11-22
SAT-SUN 11-18
HOLIDAYS 11-18
MONDAY CLOSED

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This pyramid was so much fun! You can climb it and when you´re on the top you have a lovely overview.
When we visited it was a little bit slippy, so we needed to be extra careful. However, it was pretty awesome.

Also have a look at: Animals of Copenhagen.. & Lenja

Tickets cost:

ADULT DKK 115
STUDENT DKK 100
LOUISIANA MEMBERS
FREE
CHILDREN/YOUNG
PEOPLE 
UNDER 18
FREE

See you soon at our next destination!

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