Experience peace and enjoy art, nature, and the good life.
Your dog is welcome in the garden as long it’s on a leash.
See additional opening hours during public holidays
Winter holiday – week 7 at 10.00-16.00
Easter holiday – week 13 at. 10.00-16.00
Autumn holiday – week 42 at 10.00-16.00
Monday – Sunday
Further open in 2023
Easter Sunday – Monday March 25 – 1 April
Ascension Day – Thursday May 9
Whit Monday – Monday, May 20
Closed in 2024
December 24, 25, 26, and 31 as well as January 1
|Students (remember student ID)
|Groups (min. 10 persons)
|Under 18 years
|Companions for people with a handicap (remember companion card)
The Johannes Larsen Museum is located just north of Kerteminde center and within walking distance of public transportation. The museum’s car park is located by Hindsholmvej just below Møllebakken.
With Rejseplanen it is easy to get to the museum by public transportation. Click here and plan your visit to the bird painter’s artist home.
Group visit: If you visit by bus, please drop guests off in the parking lot at Hindsholmvej.
Tourist ticket during the holidays
With a turist ticket of Fynbus, you get easy and cheap around to all Funen cities and attractions during the Danish holiday periods. Read more about tourist tickets here.
food and drink / the coffee house
An important part of a visit to the Johannes Larsen Museum is a visit to our cozy café, The Coffee House. From here, there are views over both the Great Belt (Storebælt) and to the garden.
And you do not have to buy an entrance ticket to the museum to visit us in Kaffehuset, our cozy lunch café in Kerteminde.
Feel free to enjoy your picnic in the Johannes Larsen Museum’s cozy garden.
At Svanemøllen you can enjoy your packed lunch in the mill house or at tables and benches out in the apple orchard.
The museum is a place for everyone. And we try as best we can to give everyone, despite different conditions, a good experience at the museum.
Parking for people with reduced mobility is located right next to the entrance to the Johannes Larsen Museum (Møllebakken 14).
Companions for people with disabilities have free access to the museum by bringing a companion card.
Most of the buildings at the Johannes Larsen Museum are accessible for disabled people. However, there are stairs in the villa and at the workshop. It is not possible to bring a wheelchair into the villa.
The museum has handicap toilets located at the entrance to the collection.