The Frederiksberg Museums launches a gastronomic audio tour /

From June 2022, the Frederiksberg Museums offers an audio-guided gastronomic walk through the meadows of Søndermarken – from the darkness of Cisternerne to the idyll of Bakkehuset.
Listen to a poetic story, narrated by the Danish actress Ellen Hillingsø, while being guided through nature, history and cultural heritage with surprising taste experiences along the way.

Go on an audio-guided gastronomic walk through one of the capital’s most beautiful parks with a pre-ordered basket under your arm. In the basket you will find vinegar pickled linden leaves, baked roast barley with nettle seeds, as well as other taste experiences rooted in the methods of the past and the five basic taste elements: salty, sour, sweet, bitter and unami.  
All the taste variations are created based on the area’s nature and history and developed by Bakkehuset’s head chef, Fie Berlin, in collaboration with the professional herb collector, Thomas Laursen.
Gastronomic audio tour – a journey through time and place 
After visiting the underground darkness of Cisternerne, you will be guided on a hike through Søndermarken. Find the long Norske Allé with the hundred-year-old linden trees that stand tall and stoically with their green heart-shaped leaves and experience the dramatic landscape scenery at the so-called Norwegian party with a small wooden bridge, water and hilly terrain. Let the stories of different times and periods unfold on your way through the park while you are guided through unique taste experiences: 
“In a short while you will step onto the bridge, and at the highest point you will stop and look at the city through the leaves of the trees – from the middle you can see the spire of Frederiksberg Church, you are still in the middle of a big city. But in a quiet moment under the spruces, in a gap between land and water. Take the jar with the blue lid and put the content into your mouth,” 
Excerpt from the Frederiksberg Museums GastroWalk. 
The hike ends in one of the city’s finest oases, the heart of the Danish Golden Age, where H.C. Andersen and other poets previously gathered. Today, Bakkehuset on Rahbeks Allé remains a cultural meeting place, with its museum, romantic garden and critically acclaimed lunch restaurant, Orangeriet. 
Here, on the edge of the city of dreams and in this green and beautiful oasis of the capital, the gastronomic audio tour ends. 
Practical information: 
The audio-guided gastronomic walk can be experienced 
Thursdays-Fridays from 12.00 AM – 4 PM in the period from June to September. 
Tickets must be booked in advance. 
Purchase of a ticket also includes a Museum Pass for all units in the Frederiksberg Museums, which is valid one year from the date of purchase. 
Only a few tickets with gastro-baskets are put up for sale daily. 
Age limit: 15. 
The gastronomic walk starts in Cisternerne in Søndermarken, across from Frederiksberg Castle. 
After the exhibition visit in Cisternerne, the gastro-basket will be handed out at the entrance of Cisternerne. 
The contents of the basket are not adequate as a meal. 
At the end of the audio guided walk, the gastro-basket is handed over in Bakkehuset. 
The trip can be challenging for visually impaired and people with walking difficulties. 
Participants must be dressed in practical clothing and footwear. 
Prior to participation, you must download the app Frederiksbergmuseerne on App Store, Google Play or via www.frederiksbergmuseerne.dk
You must bring your own headphones and a charged mobile phone or tablet. 
Cisternerne is an underground art space for contemporary art that awakens all the senses. Bakkehuset is a museum with a focus on the Romantic movement and the Golden Age, and which also offers food from its culinary orangery. Cisternerne and Bakkehuset are both part of the Frederiksberg Museums. 
The GastroWalk has been developed in collaboration with Wonderful Copenhagen in the project Kickstart Kulturturismen, which is supported by the Ministry of Business Affairs and the Danish Business Promotion Board. 
For additional information and press photos, contact PR and communications employee Sille Brethvad by e-mail sbr@frederiksbergmuseerne.dk or by telephone: +4544143310