Tuesday is free to the public and is said to be the largest Nordic Museum of art and sculpture. It's really wonderful. In the center is a big garden like a greenhouse. In the corner of the garden is a restaurant. It feels great to enjoy the works of art and eat at the same time. I also found a Chinese Love Poem in the Museum Book Store.
It is famous for its collection of ancient Greek and Roman sculptures, ancient Egyptian mummies and tombs, French Impressionist masters Monet, Gauguin, Rodin and Degas. The gallery is next to the old playground in Copenhagen. From morning till evening, many parents bring their children into the park.
The first time I saw Rodin's original work, shocked!!!
The New Carlsberg Museum of Art is specially designed for space and lighting. It has a comfortable and quiet environment and the largest collection in Nordic. The most attractive are Rodin's works, as well as the works of Van Gogh, Monet and other Impressionist masters.
The Carlsberg Glyptotek is a great place especially for families. You can see historic items and learn a bit about what happened back in the day, both in Denmark and in the rest of the world. It's also great for kids since there is a mummy room. You also won't have to spend a lot of money on food, as there is a room where you can eat your packed lunches.
In the middle of the museum is a glass dome with dense tropical plants and lovely fountains. On the first floor, there are sculptures, which are divided into several museums and museums according to different regions and times. The central section of the museum is a garden with tall palm trees and subtropical plants, which create a harmonious atmosphere with the Roman sarcophagus and modern Danish sculptures.
The Glyptoteket is an absolutely beautiful museum with an incredible collection of ancient art and European art. I will always remember seeing my first mummy there and marvelling at the intricate wrapping. The garden courtyard is an absolutely lovely place to get a bit of nature in colder weather.
While I like paintings, there is something about sculptures that just fascinate me. It must be something about the textures you can see when dealing with stone and marble in 3 dimensions. The Glyptoteket has an excellent collection of Roman and Greek sculptures and I greatly enjoyed exploring it