Ordrupgaard Museum is situated in a beautiful park close to Dyrehaven. The impressive main building was designed by Gotfred Tvede in 1916-1918 and the extension was made in 2005 by the prize-winning architect Zaha Hadid. The museum's collection contains paintings by artists such as Monet, Gauguin and Hammershøi.

The Permanent Collection
Initially, the main building was a private manor house. Today, it houses one of Northern Europe’s most considerable collections of French Impressionist art and an exquisite collection of artworks by Danish painters from the Golden Age. 

Art Park Ordrupgaard
Art Park Ordrupgaard is the contemporary pendant to the museum’s collections and presents artworks by internationally proclaimed artists, among others Carsten Höller, Jeppe Hein and Turner Prize winner Simon Starling. Additionally, the park has different garden areas such as a beech forest, a baroque inspired rose garden and a meadow.

Finn Juhl's House
Situated in the museum park, the home of renowned Danish architect and furniture designer Finn Juhl, advances Ordrupgaard’s architectural profile. The house displays Finn Juhl’s classic Scandinavian furniture as well as his admirable sense of color, materials and modernist art.

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Vilvordevej 110
2920 Charlottenlund
Telefon: +45 39 64 11 83
E-mail:  Ordrupgaard

Opening hours

Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 1 PM - 5 PM
Wednesday 1 PM - 9 PM
Saturday, Sunday, public holidays 11 AM - 5  PM
Monday closed

Adults 110 DKK
Students 100 DKK
Children under 18 free