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Fuglsang Art Museum

The art museum on the easternmost part of Lolland is distinguished by having a significant collection of art from around 1780 until today, as well as by its changing special exhibitions in beautiful surroundings.


Fuglsang Art Museum houses Danish painting and sculpture from the period ca. 1780 - 1980 with works by the Funen Painters, Jais Nielsen, Jens Juel, Kristian Zahrtmann, Olaf Rude, P. C. Skovgaard, the Skagen Painters and Vilhelm Lundstrøm.

There is always a selection of own artworks on display as well as changing special exhibitions.

The museum also has various inspiring offers for families that involve children and adults in the wonderful world of art. 

Children and young people (under 26 years old) have free admission to the museum.

The museum is handicap-friendly and a member of the 'Good Access' label.

The museum's award-winning architecture is beautifully harmonized with the atmospheric manor house environment and the scenic surroundings, such as Fuglsang Garden, an extensive estate landscape and the protected salt meadow Skejten facing Guldborgsund.


Café and shop 

Take an art break in the café for lunch or coffee. And visit the museum shop, which sells selected design and art supplies, books, toys, and local delicacies.

The café and shop can be visited without an entrance ticket.


Fuglsang Art Landscape

Explore nature through art in Fuglsang Art Landscape. The museum has expanded its collection to include outdoor art. The common heading for the works is "landscape dialogues", and they are located around the museum and the manor.

The works, which are by Lea Porsager, Ditte Gantriis, Ragnhild May and Lulu Refn, can be found along the blue hiking trail, which starts in front of Fuglsang Art Museum. See more on the page about Fuglsang Art Landscape, where you will also find a map of the route.

With a visit to Fuglsang Art Museum and Fuglsang Manor, you are guaranteed magnificent experiences. Fuglsang is a highlight of any holiday on the South Sea Islands, whether you are interested in award-winning art or looking for some of Denmark's most beautiful nature.

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