This museum is the first public museum in Copenhagen. It was established in 1848. It is located on the original site of the Christiansborg Palace. All Thorvaldsen's sculptures are displayed in this museum, which is shocking.
This museum is hailed as a jewel by the locals and is very popular. It not only has a large number of very wonderful religious paintings, but also the shocking carvings of the sculptor Thorvaldsen.
Great museum for the renowned sculptor. The collection is very comprehensive and laid out beautifully, making for some wonderful photographs. There was a market in front of the museum when we visited, which added to the adventure.
Museum dedicated to the Danish sculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen. I wasn't familiar with his work before going, but am a big fan of sculptures in general so decided to check it out. His works are good examples of the neoclassical style and really try to imitate the Greek ideals of beauty in art. The museum has several interesting sculptures and Thorvaldsen's tomb is located in the museum's courtyard
It’s so fun, you can stay in it all day
The sculptures on display in the museum are very majestic, the ceilings are beautifully decorated, and the sculptures are mainly marble and plaster. You can sit on a bench in any side corridor and read the introduction provided in the museum. The staff in the museum has a very good attitude and the transportation is very convenient. There is a pedestrian street in front of it, next to the assembly hall.
A museum with a long history, the exhibition is rich in content, the exhibition works are many, many exhibits have important research value. Through visiting here, learn a lot of knowledge.
Preston_Dominguez: Bertel Thorvaldsens Plads 2, Copenhagen 1213, Denmark
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended New Harbor,The Little Mermaid,Copenhagen City Hall Square,Amalienborg Palace,Statue of Hans Christian Andersen