Spring beauty-
at Louisiana

Open today 11.00 - 22.00
Tuesday - Friday 11.00 - 22.00
Saturday - Sunday 11.00 - 18.00
Monday Closed

Enjoy the beauty of the season at Louisiana: Iconic contemporary art by Roni Horn in dialogue with film classics. The flaming brushstrokes and explosions of colour by Chaïm Soutine, William Kentridge's immersive masterpiece, and the spectacular encounter between Bourgeois x Giacometti. A blooming Sculpture Park and splendid views of the sea.

Cafe with a splendid view

Louisiana Cafe combines delicious food with a world-class view over the Sound and Alexander Calder’s majestic sculptures on The Calder Terrace. You can enjoy both coffee/cake, lunch and dinner inside near the cosy fireplace. Please note the museum remains open until 22:00 during the week, Tuesday-Friday.

Louisiana Cafe Menu

Kusama’s gleaming lights

Experience one of the most beloved pieces in the museum collection, Yayoi Kusama’s large-scale installation Gleaming Lights of the Souls, currently on show in the museum’s South Wing.

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Planning a visit?

We have gathered all the necessary information for you when planning your visit. We look forward to welcoming you.

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Louisiana Channel is a non-profit website that provides culture to the Internet, extending beyond the museum’s own events. The Louisiana team produces videos about art and culture on an ongoing basis. New videos are posted at the site every week.

Videos on the arts, featuring the artists.

Painter Chaïm Soutine (1893-1943) stands as one of the significant sources of inspiration for abstract expressionism and thereby for a number of the most influential artists of the later 20th century. Just as his name and work are mentioned again and again when contemporary artists are asked to point to their artistic role models. In this film seven contemporary artists talk about one of the leading expressionists of the so-called School of Paris.


Nine signature works outside

In the series 'A Walk in the Park', which was shot in the spring of 2020, the museum's director Poul Erik Tøjner guides us to a number of the park's signature works.

The nine short films in the series range from the pop artist Roy Lichtenstein's yellow brushstrokes over Henry Heerup's granite figures to Alicja Kwade's stone globes and Alexander Calder's three masterpieces in front of the café.


Featuring more than 900 videos, Louisiana's internationally acclaimed platform on the arts is a treasure trove in itself. Delve into this digital collection of portraits and interviews with visual artists, writers, architects etc.