Architect: Tony Fretton
Photo: Leif Tuxen
From Italy to Skagen
Oct. 12, 2018 - Jan. 6, 2019
Fuglsang Kunstmuseum is the only state-recognized, broadly inclusive art museum in the southern Zealand and Lolland-Falster region.
The museum was designed by the internationally recognized English architect Tony Fretton, and the striking building creates a unique setting for a substantial collection of Danish art, with special emphasis on the period c. 1780-1980 - paintings, sculptures and artworks on paper.
Open Tuesday - Sunday 11.00 - 17.00Open until 20.00 on the first Wednesday of every monthOpen on Monday Oct. 15 11.00 - 17.00 as well
Fuglsang Kunstmuseum is one of the only broadly inclusive art museums in the Zealand Region.
The museum's collection's cover the period from the end of the eighteenth century until today.
The Museum Café is situated with a clear view of Fuglsang Manor. Here, you can enjoy our good food and beverages as well as the view of the green areas.
For over a century visual artists have been inspired by the
small peninsula Skejten - a protected landscape at Fuglsang Manor
which can be seen from the large panorama windows of Fuglsang
Fuglsang Kunstmuseum was designed by the English architect Tony
Fretton (1945), who runs his drawing office Tony Fretton Architects
Ltd. from London.
Fuglsang Kunstmuseum Nystedvej 71 DK-4891 Toreby Lolland
Phone +45 5478 1414 Email email@example.com
ORDINARY OPENING HOURS:
Nov. - March: Wed. - Sun. 11.00 - 16.00 April - June: Tues. - Sun. 11.00 - 17.00 July - Aug: Open daily 11.00 - 17.00 Sept. - Oct.: Tues. - Sun. 11.00 - 17.00On the first Wednesday of a month (except January) open until 20.00
Adults: 75 DKK Groups (min. 15 persons): 55 DKK/prs Under 26 years old: Free