SMK – National Gallery of Denmark

Statens Museum for Kunst. Pressefoto.

SMK is the national gallery of Denmark and the largest art museum in the country. Here you can explore Danish and international art spanning more than 700 years, right from the early Renaissance to cutting-edge contemporary art.

SMK is a treasure trove of masterpieces and little gems created by some of history’s greatest artists. The collections have their roots in the private collections of the Danish kings, but now belong to the people. The collection of Danish and Nordic art is particularly outstanding, and the collection of French art is also highly acclaimed worldwide.

SMK is located in the heart of Copenhagen right next to Rosenborg Castle – just a five-minute walk from Nørreport Station.

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SMK – National Gallery of Denmark

Sølvgade 48-50
1307 København K

Level-free access - yes
Handicap toilet - yes
Free for companion - yes


+45 3374 8494

Tues-Sun 10-18
Wed 10-20

Entrance fee for all exhibitions
Adults 120 Kr.
Under 27 95 Kr.
Children under 18 free


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