Discover the best top things to do in Jutland, Denmark including Mississippi, Kunst Museum Panbo, Teddy Bear Art Museum, Arne Haugen Sorensen Museum, Kunsten Museum of Modern Art Aalborg, Aros Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Museum Jorn Silkeborg, Anchers Hus, Ribe Kunstmuseum, Trapholt.
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The Museum opens again February 1 2020 Teddy Bear Art Museum is situated in the former private home of the LEGO family in the heart of Billund. The Museum, over 700 square metres in size, comprises galleries, shop and a workshop - all with a common theme - teddy bears! The Museum's collection, with more than 1,200 teddy bears, reflects the versatility in style, materials and creativity of the teddy bear as an art form. Enjoy a piece of cake and a cup of coffee, or a light lunch in the Teddy Bear Cafe. Take a stroll round the beautiful park filled with trees and flowers in "Edith's Garden".
An amazing collection with plenty of information and friendly helpful curators. Even if you have no particular interest in bears the history is fascinating. Lovely little cafe on site too.
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The museum's large art collection by Arne Haugen Sørensen has the artist and his wife, Keramiker Dorthe Steenbuch Krabbe, gathered over the last 30 years. It includes both paintings, watercolours, graphics, sculptures, ceramics and models for altardings.
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Kunsten is a living art museum allowing space for immersion, wonder and fascination. The museum houses a unique collection comprising over 4000 works of art, mostly post-1900, by Danish and foreign artists. The exhibition area consists of five galleries providing visitors with ample opportunity to experience the permanent collection as well as a number of special exhibitions. Kunsten also hosts a variety of events including lectures, film screenings, concerts, family workshops, guided tours, and other activities suitable for all age groups. The museum building, completed in 1972, is an attraction in its own right. Designed by the world-famous Finnish architect Alvar Aalto, assisted by Elissa Aalto and Jean-Jacques Baruel, it is the only museum building outside Finland designed by Aalto. The museum is built of striking white marble, a style that is continued inside with stunning marble flooring and copper lamps, also designed by Aalto.
I used to live in Aalborg in the dawn of time but I never got around to visit Kunsten. Now on a short holiday trip I did go there and actually wish I had been there before. The building by Aalto is a study in it self with many very nice details and the exhibition is really nice. The museum aims to put the art in context and to promote discussion e.g. by indicating "conversation zones" where you can discuss with you fellow art people. Nice cafe and sculpture park where there is also room for children.
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Welcome to ARoS Aarhus Art Museum - one of Europe's largest art museums situated in the heart of Aarhus, and the only one with a rainbow on top, Your rainbow panorama. ARoS is a house of art where our guests can be pleased, enlightened and challenged. The architecture is of international class. The same is the art. And both offer experiences of high carat: from light to thrill, from attitude to entertainment, from joy to challenge.
First time visit to AROS. Very surprised by the Popularity of this new classic Aarhus attraction. - but well deserved. The museum is big, but stretching over 10 levels there is plenty to experience. There is all kinds of art with focus on modern art - and with many different artists- and different styles we were all (including the kids) entertained, thrilled and dazzled for 4 hours. Must see’s; the installation art on the 1+2 level, FAR FOR HOME - including the famous ‘BOY’ and the extraordinary sign mark of AROS - Olafur Eliasson round rooftop circle walk. So in short - AROS is a unique experience and a ‘Must-see’ in Aarhus - also for those only moderately art interested.
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Asger Jorn is one of the most influential danish artists. Museum Jorn holds collections that consist of Jorn's own works, an international collection of art from Cobra Painters and artist who inspired Jorn such as Max Ernst, Francis Picabia, Fernand Leger, Man Ray and Pablo Picasso. The Museum has interchangeable international exhibitions, special events and a workshop that challenges all members of the familiy. At Museum Jorn there is always room for contemplation, creativity and fun experiences. Opening hours 2020, 21 Jan. 2020 - 6 Dec. 2020: Mondays closed Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 10 am - 5 pm Thursday 10 am-9 pm Saturday, Sunday and pub. holidays 10 am
Went for Banksy and discovered world full of double menings. Jorn Museum is always worth a visit, but current special exhibition is a must. Do allow good couple of hours.
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The home of Skagen painters Anna and Michael Ancher, presented exactly the same way as it was when Anna Ancher died in 1935 with their personal possessions along with 280+ artworks hanged or placed around the house. Also includes cafe, museum store and a space for small special exhibitions.
If you're the least interested in paintings or the life of artists, do go here. The house of Anna and Michael Ancher is crammed with paintings, atmosphere and so many stories.
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Ribe Art Museum was establishedin 1891 in one of the town’s most impressive buildings, the cotton fabric manufacturer Balthazar Giørtz’s luxury villa, built in 1864. It is one of the oldest art museums in Denmark. And with a fascinating collection of Danish art from 1750 to 1950, it flourishes with masterpieces from the great groundbreaking periods of Danish art history. Ribe Art Museum reopened in 2010 after a thorough restoration of theinterior and exterior. Today it distinguishes itself as a modern museum – a unique space where art, architecture and landscape combine in a beautiful, atmospheric environment.
This is a gem for anyone with art interests. It has recently been refurbished and the displays and facilities are very 21st century. The art is mostly Danish for the collection but they have regular visiting exhibitions. The coffee shop is brilliant and there are outside tables and chairs with a great view down to the river.
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Museum of Modern Art And Design Trapholt is located in Southern Denmark on the mainland of Jutland and is one of the largest and most popular museums in Denmark, outside of Copenhagen. Trapholt opened in 1988 and added additional exhibition space and collection storage in 1996. The international architecture competition held in 1982, was won by the project team of architects Boje Lundgaard and Bente Aude, lighting designer Sophus Frandsen and landscape architect Svend Kirkegaard, for its exceptional museum design and its extraordinary and sensitive placement in nature. The Museum is set in a beautiful sculpture park overlooking the water of Kolding Fjord and visitors come from far and near, not only to see the amazing array of exhibitions, performances and programs but also to experience the museum’s architecture, the one-of-a-kind summerhouse designed by Arne Jacobsen, to find unique design treasures in the museum shop and to become culinarily tempted in the restaurant with its breathtaking view. At Trapholt visitors will be welcomed by TRAPguides that are trained to help assist and offer the visitors guided tours of the museum, tours of Arne Jacobsen’s summerhouse, and introductions to current exhibitions. Also at Trapholt, we make sure to always have a varied range of options and activities for children and their accompanying adults. Trapholt Exhibitions Trapholt displays a series of permanent and temporary exhibitions throughout the year. Trapholt’s goal is, at any given time, to display exhibitions of three different categories within its expertise; namely aesthetically enticing displays, current, debate creating exhibits and compelling insights into design and art history. Trapholt has a total of 2500 square meters of exhibition space divided into 8 galleries. Unique for the architectural design of the museum, is that not only does some galleries have breathtaking views, but each and every gallery has its own specific character and is unique in regards to the layout, daylight/artificial light and orientation. All galleries are accessible from the main museum walkway that winds it way down the sloped terrains and gives access to all the exhibitions. The whole museum, and all the facilities, are designed to be wheelchair accessible . The Trapholt Collections Trapholt collections consists of: A large collection of Danish furniture design Modern Danish visual art and sculpture A permanent Richard Mortensen exhibition Ceramics, textiles and product designs The sculpture park, with works by Danish contemporary artists The Arne Jacobsen’s Cube flex summerhouse The collection of Danish visual arts and sculpture, is mainly from the 19th century up until today. The bulk of the collection however, dates from after 1900 and in addition to art, the collection also includes crafts, and product designs from this period. The furniture collection at Trapholt charts the development of Danish furniture design from the beginning of the twentieth century up until the present. The collection is continually being added to- in the form of new acquisitions, donations and gifts- and are regularly being featured in temporary and permanent museum exhibitions.
Very interesting display of Arne Jacobsen design - and great explanations. Very knowledgeable staff who loved to share their knowledge.
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