At the Glyptotek you can experience works of art and archaeological objects from ancient Egypt, the ancient Greek and Roman worlds, Danish and French sculptures, French masterpieces and changing special exhibitions.

The museum’s 10,000 works of art offer new views on life, culture and civilization through 6,000 years.

Safari for kids

Lions, fish and floors of lava!

Take your children on a trip to the Glyptotek, where you can go on a safari together and explore the museum’s many animals. Find fish in the jungle, solve puzzles, roar with the lions and meet the strong hero Herkules on the safari tour through the Glyptotek’s halls.

Ask for the free safari booklet at the ticket counter (the safari is an individual activity without a guide). For children from 4 years.

 

Thursday on the Roof

Experience the Glyptotek from a new angle when DJ’s from The Lake play lounge music and Picnic serves drinks and snacks at the museum’s roof terrace.

Thursday on the Roof, July 25th and August 22nd from 5pm-8pm.

Guided tour

Discover the special exhibition Pierre Bonnard. The Colour of Memory  and some of the greatest masterpieces from the Glyptotek’s collections.

Some of the tours will guide you through this summer’s special exhibition and others through highlights across the collections of the museum: Egypt of the Pharaohs, ancient Greece, Etruria and the Roman Empire – as well as French and Danish art of the 19th century.

Enjoy!

 

14th of July, 12pm: Pierre Bonnard. The Colour of Memory
21st of July, 12pm: Masterpieces at Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek.
28th of July, 12 pm: Pierre Bonnard. The Colour of Memory
4th of August, 2pm: Masterpieces at Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek.
11th of August, 2pm: Pierre Bonnard. The Colour of Memory.
18th of August, 2pm: Masterpieces at Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek.
25th of August, 2pm: Pierre Bonnard. The Colour of Memory.

Summer concerts

From August through September a number of Denmark’s leading classical ensembles will be giving concerts at the Glyptotek’s beautiful Central Hall.

You can look forward to romantic, dramatic, spell-binding and joyous notes performed by world class musicians – among the heroes and gods of ancient Rome.