Before your visit
Here you will find information on tickets, on what to see and explore while visiting as well as information on the museum's history - all to help you best plan your visit to Louisiana.
There is a great deal to experience and explore when visiting Louisiana. The museum presents temporary exhibitions on show in the galleries and if venturing outside you will find 45 sculptures from the collection across The Sculpture Park.
Children and their families can explore the works in different workshops in our three-story Children’s Wing. You can enjoy food and drinks in the cafe with a panoramic sea-view and visit one of the world’s leading museum shops with a large and varied selection of Danish and Scandinavian design.
Below you will find useful information for planinng your visit to Louisiana. And if you have any questions before – or after – your visit, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us by phone +45 49190719 or by writing to us firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets and opening hours
Practical information when planning your visit
You will find information on ticket options, opening hours, special discounts on admissions and more below.
Visiting with children
A three-story Children's Wing
If visiting the museum with children, we recommend stopping by the Children's Wing, which offers workshops where children and their families can paint, draw, sculpt and much more.
Food and drink
Lunch, dinner and afternoon coffee with sea-view
Louisiana Cafe serves a delicious lunch and dinner menu as well as a wide selection of cakes to go with your afternoon tea or coffee. Enjoy your food and drinks inside or outside on the terrace with a panoramic sea-view and overlooking Alexander Calder's magnificent sculptures.
The Louisana Collection
The Giacometti Gallery, Kusama's Gleaming Lights of the Souls, Henry Moore overlooking the Sound - and much more...
Louisiana's Collection includes more than 4,000 works and is therefore shown in varying and rotating selective presentations. Some individual features, however, are almost always on view (Giacometti, Jorn etc.) along with the works in The Sculpture Park.
More on the museum and its history
Louisiana opened in 1958. But how did it all begin? Who founded the museum? And what is the story behind the name? Explore the past and foundation of the museum that it is today.