In the National Gallery (Statens Museum for Kunst) there is Children’s museum, where all the exhibits are shown on the child’s eye level. The Danish National Gallery is located in the beautiful Østre Anlæg in the centre of Copenhagen.
Address: Sølvgade 48 - 50, Copenhagen
Web: Danish National Gallery
Open hours: every day of the week, except monday from 10 am till 5 pm. On Mondays museum is closed.
Admission: free of charge, special exhibitions from 50 to 150 DKK.
This is the main museum of fine art in Denmark. Its collection is devoted to the arts of Denmark and other countries: it is especially proud of its collection of the Western European fine art after the 14th century. The Museum exposition includes Mantegna, Titian, Rubens, Gijsbrechts, Abilgaard, Hammershøi, Willumsen, Nolde, Jorn, Lemmetrz, as well as an excellent collection of Danish Golden Age artists, including Eckersberg and Kobke, works by Picasso and a worldwide famous collection of Henri Matisse.