National Gallery Of DenmarkFree: All time

The National Gallery of Denmark (Statens Museum for Kunst) in the country’s largest art museum, with exhibition of both Danish and international art. The collections span 700 years of art history. It started of as a collection in the Art Chamber of the Danish monarchs. A variety of purchases kept added to it throughout the centuries and during the 19th century, the works bought were almost exclusively by Danish artists. Today, the National Gallery of Denmark has an unrivaled collection of paintings from the so-called Danish Golden Age. Admission to the permanent collections are free at all time. When visiting the National Gallery of Denmark, also drop by The Hirschsprung Collection nearby.

Address: Sølvgade 48-50 DK-1307 København K
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 10am – 5pm; Wed 10am – 8pm; Closed Mondays
Direction: Bus No 6A, 14, 26, 40, 43, 184, 185, 150S, 173E; S-Tog to Osterport or Norreport Station
Phone: +45 3374 8494

Photo credit: The National Gallery of Denmark