Thorvaldsen's Museum

Danish sculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen (1770-1844) spent more than 40 years in Rome and was one of the most renowned artists among his contemporaries in Europe. In 1838, he donated his large art collection to his native city Copenhagen.

The conspicuous and colourful museum building was erected from 1839-1848 by the Danish Architect M.B. Bindesbøll and is one of the finest buildings in Copenhagen, located right next to the parliament building and the canal.

Thorvaldsens Museum primarily contains Thorvaldsen's own sculptures but the museum also contains Thorvaldsen's large collection of paintings made by contemporary European and Danish artists, and his collection of antiques.

Opening hours
01/01/2011 - 31/12/2020 KøbenhavnTuesday - Sunday10:00 - 17:00
Admission
Adults
Admission - 40.00 DKK
Under 18 years
Free of charge

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Contact

Address

Bertel Thorvaldsens Plads 2
1213 København K

Phone

+45 3332 1532

Fax

+45 3332 1771

Facilities

  • City / Area

    • København (indre by)
  • Classification

    • Accessibility – Easy access
    • Saint Hannes Cross
  • Disabled persons

    • handicap friendly
  • Discounts

    • Copenhagen Card - Free
  • General facilities

    • restaurant
  • Museums, Galleries and crafts

    • museum shop

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  • Coordinates

    Longtitude : 12.5779982
    Latitude : 55.6763387
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    1A, 15, 26