The Coffee House will be temporarily closed

06. February 2018 | The Johannes Larsen Museum

The Coffee House at the Johannes Larsen Museum is closing on Feb.1, 2018 due to rebuilding and expansion.

The rebuilding project has been made possible through a generous donation from Ole Kirk’s Foundation and will include a new pavilion, a panorama terrace, a new kitchen and rest room facilities.

The expanded Coffee House is expected to open in late June, with even more space for coffee enthusiasts and hungry guests. It’s going to be really great.

Until we reopen, we will offer museum guests a free cup of coffee or tea and a piece of chocolate. Some tables will be set up in the Pax Room in the Collection Building (Samlingen), where you can sit and take a break.

We are looking forward to completing this project, and apologize for any inconvenience to museum guests during the construction period.

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