Photo: Gunhild Riske
Photo: Mikkel Jacobsen
Fuglsang Kunstmuseum is one of the oldest art museums in Denmark, comprising a significant collection of Danish art from ca. 1780-1980. The museum always shows a selection of own artworks as well as exhibitions. The award-winning architecture is designed by Tony Fretton and harmonizes with the atmospheric surroundings; the manor house and nature in the beautiful countryside of south-east Denmark. Opening hours:Tuesday - Sunday 11.00 - 16.00and open on national holidaysJune 2: 11.00 - 20.00Read more...
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.
The museum complies with government guidelines regarding Corona. Click for more information.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
ORDINARY OPENING HOURS:
Tuesday - Sunday 11.00 - 16.00and open on national holidays
Adults: 85 DKK Under 26 years old: Free admissionGroups (min. 15 persons): 65 DKK/prs