Grab a glue gun, some brightly coloured modelling clay and man the picture press! This summer, we launch a new creative theme at the Children’s Workshop every week.
You can also enjoy an ice cream in the Museum Garden or explore elaborate figures in our special exhibition Hieroglyphs – Symbolist Drawings 1890-1910
Marvellous art books, sculpted flowers, painted portraits – or something else entirely. During the summer holidays, you can explore new themed activities every week at the Children’s Workshop. Our art educated house artists will be ready to help you kickstart your imagination.
Recommended age: +3 years
Dates: Tue–Sun from 3 July to 12 August, 11.30 – 16.30
Price: DKK 30 + standard museum admission fee
The SMK café, Kafeteria, is open all summer long, tempting you with delicious cakes, freshly baked bread and food made from high-quality ingredients. You can also cool down with an ice cream in the Museum Garden.
Kafeteria is located just inside the museum’s main entrance. No museum ticket required.
This summer’s special exhibition shows works from an era of Danish art where symbolism flourished and artists delved into matters of spirit, soul and form in their work. Witness dreams and visions taking shape as gnarly trees, closely entwined figures and pregnant women.
The special exhibition is open during the museum’s standard opening hours until 12 August
Price: Standard museum admission fees
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