|Tuesday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM – 9:00 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Sunday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
Fabulous museum in a splendid building. Entrance is free (unlike most sites in Copenhagen). Sadly we only had the time to view the amazing collection of Islamic art and that at a bit of a rush. To take in all that the museum has to offer best to allow 3 or 4 hours. Highly recommended.
A different kind of museum than ones I've visited in the past, especially considering that this is a personal collection. We saw the Islamic exhibit which showed a massive collection of Islamic art throughout history. It also explained many of the influences that lead to the Islamic styles. Highly recommend visiting this museum. You could visit several times and still find new stuff every time, there is so much to explore.
Its fantastic. One can explore a lot about ancient, medevial and modern history....Plus staff is very helpful, n yes free of cost of course.
Very nice collection of Eastern Art and History! Free Admission and modern explanations!
Fantastic museum with the biggest islamic art collection in northern europe. They also have 14 paintings of Denmark's best known painter Hammershøj. Go there. It's just beside Kings Garden. Free entrance.
Very nice collection of islamic art, Danish early modern art, European 18th century art. The Islamic art section is the most important part, contains many pieces of precious Islamic art. From the early Islamic period tell 1850. There are information about most of the items in both English and Danish languages.
Big collection with free entrance. But not as impressive as I hoped it would be. Quite boring to honest.
Very interesting free museum. Big collection of Islamic decorative artifacts. Well organized, quite extensive and good additional information on each piece with the help of a tablet. Recommend to also have a glimpse of the gold danish painting era.
Great collection! Free entrance. Set aside plenty time. Signs could be better for navigation and descriptive text could be placed better next to items so they were more reader friendly in eyes sight.
Free art museum right by the park. Offering the largest collection of Islamic art in Europe I believe. Not crowded at all and the space is used wonderfully.
A huge collection of Islamic art crammed into a rather limited space with a sprinkling of 19th century objects on the lower levels. The Islamic art collection is vast and very diverse, with miniatures, writings, ceramics, textiles and other items. The objects are very well displayed, although the number of objects and the limitations of space make for somehow squeezed impression. The whole building is very polished and lots of funds and thought went into making it. Recommended.
I liked it very much - it's a beautiful collection of Islamic and European art. This is one of the few museums you can enter without a fee in Copenhagen. If you really want to enjoy it, you will need to come back another time, because it's too long take all at once.
Permanent Islamic exhibition on the top two floors were absolutly amazing, very interesting and beautiful. Great staff. The European art and furniture in the rest of the Museum were less interesting for us.
I thought the curation here was so incredibly intentional and thoughtful. What a great collection.
A wonderful collection of pieces, and a must visit if you would like to experience some beautiful historical pieces. The history of the museum and its founder is fascinating. For a free museum, it is extremely well kept and even better displayed than many paid museums.
Stunning Islamic collection on the top two floors. Well displayed and the tablet provided gave English translations. The rest of the collections are not of the same quality. Entrance is free.
Its free. And the exhibitions are always worth seeing. There is a beautiful Islamic collection.