Tag Archives: Statens Museum for Kunst

{Denmark} Dining with Bjørn Nørgaard

May 19, 2014

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There’s a proverb that says, ‘the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach’. Well, the way to a hungry family’s heart, when visiting a museum, is through a good museum café. I’ve previously written about our wonderful experience visiting the Statens Museum for Kunst in Copenhagen, but I didn’t dwell much on their café then. Let me remedy that. The café at the Statens Museum for Kunst is a bright, light-filled space on the lower level, overlooking the park outside. We grabbed a […]

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{Denmark} Statens Museum for Kunst

January 15, 2014

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From the moment I first visited the website of the Statens Museum for Kunst – the National Gallery of Denmark – I knew we just had to go there, and that’s not even counting all the word of mouth recommendations we’d had. If you go to ‘Visit the Museum’ and then ‘Children and Families‘ on their website, the first thing you see is a picture of a dad with a toddler. What that image said to me, is that here is a museum that truly […]

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Museum City Guide: Mel’s Top 5 for Families in Copenhagen

July 22, 2013

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Today I’m really happy to welcome back Melanie Haynes, in the first of the ‘Museum City Guide’ guest editions that I had promised you. Mel and I originally became friends through an English speaking playgroup in Berlin, and she has previously contributed a guest post on toddler testing Berlin’s Museum für Naturkunde with her son, who is a year older than #MuseumBaby. We were really sad when Mel and her family moved back to Copenhagen, and also a little bit jealous because it’s a place […]

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