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Opening Hours

Week 42


18. October
10.00 - 16.00


19. October
10.00 - 16.00


20. October
10.00 - 16.00


21. October
10.00 - 16.00


22. October
10.00 - 16.00


23. October
10.00 - 16.00


24. October
10.00 - 16.00


Below you will find admission prices for the Johannes Larsen Museum.


DKK 100


DKK 75

Groups (of minimum 10 persons):

DKK 85

Children and young people under the age of 18:


Companions of guests with disabilities get free admission to the museum upon presentation of a companion card.

Buy your ticket to the Johannes Larsen Museum here.

You can buy a discount ticket to four art museums on Funen here.


Find the Johannes Larsen Museum

The Johannes Larsen Museum is located just north of the centre of Kerteminde, within walking distance of public transport. The museum’s car park is situated on the other side of Hindsholmvej.

See map below.

For children

The Johannes Larsen Museum is a great place to visit with children. Immerse yourself in the art and have fun in the garden and the Fairytale Room.

Discover life and art with your children

Children have always played a major role at the Johannes Larsen Museum. To this day, you can enter the children’s room in the house and discover such items as the impressive doll’s house. As a museum, we believe it is very important for children to have a great time.

The Fairytale Room
In the museum’s exhibition building, one of the rooms is dedicated to children: the Fairytale Room. Here you can see Johannes Larsen’s illustrations for the children’s stories, ‘The Story of Little Kitty’ and ‘The Ugly Duckling’. There is also a constantly-changing programme of fun, educational activities.

Art Treasure Hunt
Help the museum solve puzzles and find hidden works. Go on an art treasure hunt and see if you can solve the challenges. The content of the treasure hunt is changed on a regular basis.

We always have a programme of  exciting activities at the museum during the school holidays. Remember to check our calendar.

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Book a children-friendly guided tour

We offer tours for all ages and always adapt them to suit the specific age group of the children. If you fancy giving your family an extraordinary experience, where children are allowed to ask the kind of questions children ask, then book a guided tour. We will make sure the guided tour is suitable for the specific age group.

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Let a guide show you round

If a number of people are visiting the museum together, we recommend booking a guided tour of the museum. It could be a tour of the current special exhibition or of Johannes and Alhed’s home and workshops.

Book a guided tour

To arrange guided tours, introductions and other events,  simply contact the museum. Guided tours are always adapted to suit the specific age group. We also have extensive experience with guided tours for children.


Guided tour (max. 25 persons): DKK 550.
Duration: 1 hour

Introduction: DKK 350
Duration: 15-20 mins.

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Visit Kaffehuset

Whiling away some time in our charming café, ‘Kaffehuset’ is an important part of any visit to the Johannes Larsen Museum. There are great views of both the Great Belt and the garden.

Be a guest in an artist’s home

Kaffehuset is an integral part of the museum experience. Visitors to the museum are not merely visitors; they are guests in an artist’s home.

At Kaffehuset we like to provide our guests with a sensory experience based on the place and its tradition. We are referring to the good, yet simple life in harmony with nature and the season’s ingredients, including herbs from the museum’s vegetable garden and delicious homemade bread and cakes. In 2018, Kaffehuset was expanded, and in 2019 we added a terrace and steps overlooking the Great Belt. Guests are welcome to visit Kaffehuset without needing a ticket to the museum.

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Excellent ingredients

At Kaffehuset you can enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and great homemade cake. Snacks and light lunches are also available.

At Kaffehuset we do our utmost to make sure our guests have a positive experience. Sustainability and avoiding food waste are top priorities. We bake our own bread and cakes and use excellent ingredients. Many of the ingredients come from  the museum’s own vegetable garden.


In addition to coffee, tea and cake, the menu always features a herring platter, a light dish and fish cakes with homemade remoulade and rye bread. The menu of the day appears on the blackboard in Kaffehuset.

For questions, bookings and any other Kaffehuset enquiries:
Tel.: 24 29 87 52
Mail: [email protected]


Opening Hours of Kaffehuset

January, February, March, November and December: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Lunch: 11.30 a.m. to 2.15 p.m.
The kitchen closes: 3.30 p.m.

April, May, September and October:  10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Lunch: 11.30 a.m. to 2.15 p.m.
The kitchen closes: 3.30 p.m.

June, July and August: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Lunch: 11.30 a.m. to 2.15 p.m.
The kitchen closes: 4.30 p.m.

Guests are welcome in Kaffehuset even without a ticket to the museum.



The museum is a place for everyone and we try as best as we can to give everyone a good experience, whatever their personal situation.

If you or your next of kin have/has reduced mobility

Disabled parking is available right by the entrance to the Johannes Larsen Museum (Møllebakken 14).

Companions of guests with disabilities get free admission to the museum upon presentation of a companion card.

Most buildings at the Johannes Larsen Museum are accessible. There are, however, stairs in the house and the collection.

The museum has disabled toilets.

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