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Cisternerne

Cisternerne

Reservoir, stalactite cave and contemporary art. Meet us underground and have an immersive art experience.

Address

Cisternerne in Søndermarken opposite Zoo
2000 Frederiksberg
30 73 80 32
cisternerne@frederiksbergmuseerne.dk

Opening hours

Tuesday – Wednesday: 11-18
Thursday: 11-20
Friday – sunday: 11-18
(Monday closed)

NB: BOOK TICKETS IN ADVANCE
(Closed during winter: 1st of Dec. 2021-13th of March 2022)

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Bakkehuset

Bakkehuset

Once a central meeting place in the Danish Golden Age, where Hans Christian Andersen and many other famous writers, artists and scientists came. Today Bakkehuset is again buzzing with exhibitions, workshops, dinners and much else.

Address

Rahbeks Allé 23
1801 Frederiksberg C
T: 33 31 43 62
bhm@frederiksbergmuseerne.dk

Opening hours

Thuesday – Sunday From 11-17

Monday closed

Winther (from 1. october till easter)
Wednesday – sunday from 11-16

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STORM

STORM

Laugh and become wiser! STORM gives you entertaining insight into the great importance of danish humour and satire – then and now.

Address

Frederiksberg Runddel
2000 Frederiksberg
38 86 05 00
storm@frederiksbergmuseerne.dk

Opening hours

Tuesday – sunday kl. 11-17

Monday closed

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Møstings

Møstings

Experience changing exhibitions with contemporary art in Møstings– a beautiful old classical Frederiksberg villa, placed at one of the entrances to The Frederiksberg Garden.

Address

Andebakkesti 5
2000 Frederiksberg
69 13 80 90
mh@frederiksbergmuseerne.dk

Opening hours

Møstings is currently closed while we redecorate the house. Meanwhile, you can experience Signe Moo’s project Natlys on Andebakkesøen in front of Møstings until October 2021.