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“open park”(2 reviews)
“sculptures”(16 reviews)
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Museumsvej 19, Dronningmoelle 3120, Denmark
+45 49 71 91 77
Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 6 August 2013

The most interesting feature of this place is the open park like area which surrounds the museum. Rolling hills clad with wild heather, grassing sheep and tale like sculptures spread over the entire area makes you feel like you are in a surreal other world....More

1  Thank Lea L
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 3 September 2014

There are sculptures spreading around the place so, be sure to use map. I bring mat and picnic basket with, it's was very nice:) There is a cafe nearby the building museum, look very cozy but I didn't try.

1  Thank IdOntCareZ
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Reviewed 6 September 2018

We hadn't heard of Rudolph Tegners before. My wife noticed this park looking at brochure in Copenhagen and it turned out to be a short bus ride from our (highly recommended) B&B at Gilleleje lighthouse. We were specially interested as one of our lodgers is...More

Thank reluctanttraveller47
Reviewed 27 August 2018

Tegner had to design his own museum (and his wife had the money to build it!) in 1938 because he was not much appreciated by his contemporaries. There are sculptures inside the house (built of concrete) and quite a few outside in the park -...More

Thank Wellgrove
Reviewed 16 August 2018

Rudolf Tegner was an artist in the early 1900's and his museum contains many of his most remarkable sculptures. He designed the building himself, looking like a very anonymous concrete structure, almost like a bunker, from outside, but inside the rooms are very well suited...More

Thank Torger B
Reviewed 24 January 2018

To really appreciate the artworks inside I recommend that you take a guided tour - or read about Tegner and his life before the visit. He is a very interesting person and the museum reflects his life and his changing view on life, women and...More

Thank Henrik B
Reviewed 20 July 2017

A unique museum of the sometimes controversial, always monumental, artist Rudolph Tegner (1873-1950). The artist's classically inspired and often theatrical (border-line "too much", but never without talent and appeal) large-scale sculptures adorn the rooms of the museum as well as the magnificent sculpture park. It...More

Thank Jensen88
Reviewed 17 July 2017 via mobile

Go watch open your mind - great walk there and definitely worth the time. Unbelievable the so called cultural sheep did not have the ability way back to understand what Tegner was about

Thank Ken A
Reviewed 11 June 2017 via mobile

The nature is stunning and a role model for how to preserve nature and get a good experience included The museum is really special with a local cafe for refreshments Slow down and enjoy this every special treasure

Thank 771anjav
Reviewed 17 October 2016

This is the site of the museum of the Danish sculpturer Rudolph Tegner (1873-1950). Many of his works were considered controversial by the Danish audience and critics at that time. He lived outside Paris from 1926 to his death and was primarily in Denmark during...More

Thank Gunnar G
Reviewed 6 September 2016

We visited because we wanted to see the unique Såne sheep in the very landscape that inspired the creation of the breed. Thus, the Tegner Museum was an unexpected bonus. The museum and the wonderful sculpture park surrounding it, must be one of the best...More

Thank Clas R
Reviewed 7 August 2016 via mobile

This is a very unique place with a very interesting history. Rudolph Tegner has made some very unique statues. Make sure to visit both the museum and the garden.

Thank christian_apdk
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