Our 2nd day in Copenhagen, was actually spent at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Humlebaek, 35km north of Copenhagen. We caught a train to Humlebaek from Centraal Station. Humlebaek appeared to be a village, rather than a town - a very attractive one at that! We had a 15 minute walk to the museum. It was very well signposted all the way - and we were not the only ones from the train who were heading to the museum. The building that you enter was originally the home of Alexander Brun, and he had named the home after his 3 wives who all had the name of Louise! This building is not the only one in the grounds of this museum. The property extends right down to the shore of the Oresund Sound between Denmark and Sweden. The museum's collections are comprised of art created since WWII. Sculptures have been installed in the museum's gardens.
This is a museum I could return to many times.
I knew that we would be seeing Yayoi Kusama's retrospective exhibition on this our 1st visit to the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. I will do a separate post on Yayoi Kusama.