Worth a visit in itself
The garden at the Johannes Larsen Museum is worth a visit in itself. The beautiful garden is an oasis with rare trees and shrubs, old fruit trees, beautiful rose beds and is located with the most beautiful view out to the Great Belt (Storebælt). Johannes Larsen had a rich wildlife in his garden, and today the old basins are preserved, and it is possible to see geese, chicks, and ducks when you visit the museum.
There are tables and chairs for free use in the garden, so it is possible to enjoy your lunch or coffee and cake in the beautiful surroundings.
The Kitchen Garden
In the spring of 2016, a new kitchen garden was laid out at the Johannes Larsen Museum just behind Svanemøllen. The garden is maintained by volunteers. Crops from the kitchen garden are, among other things, used in the Coffee House. The garden at the Johannes Larsen Museum is part of the Danish Society of Open Gardens.