THE KAREN BLIXEN MUSEUM
Rungsted Strandvej 111
2960 Rungsted Kyst
T: 45 57 10 57
F: 45 57 10 58
1 MAY – 30 SEPTEMBER
10.00-17.00 Tuesday to Sunday.
1 OCTOBER – 30 APRIL
13.00-16.00 Wednesday, Thursday, Friday.
11.00-16.00 Saturday and Sunday.
Monday and Tuesday closed.
March the 28th to April the 1st:
All days open 11 am to 4 pm
SPECIAL OPENING HOURS
Thursday 9. May 10AM- 5PM
Sunday 19. May 10AM – 5 PM
Monday 20. May 10AM- 5 PM
Guided tours in English, Italian, French, German by appointment: DKK 700. Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org Max. 25 people on each guided tour.
Café Karen Blixen
Café Karen Blixen is leased out. Therefore the museum’s administration does not receive orders for food and drink. To contact the cafe, please click here.
The e-mail adress to the café is: email@example.com
The museum will gladly open its doors outside normal hours and arrange a guided tour, a glass of wine, a reading or even a banquet in the restaurant.
CONFERENCES AND MEETINGS
The museum offers modern conference facilities, as well as a calm and inspiring setting for smaller meetings.
Contact the museum office at T +45 4557 1057 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Adults: DKK 60.
Children and young people under 14: free of charge
Groups of 10 or more: DKK 50 per person.
LOCATION AND PARKING
Rungstedlund is situated on Strandvejen (The coastal road, 152N), 25 km north of Copenhagen, 10 km south of Elsinore, making access by car easy and convenient. There is limited parking space at the Museum and a coach park 300 metres away.
The best way to get to Rungstedlund by way of public transport is to take the train to Rungsted Kyst st. From the station there is a 15-20 minute walk (signposted) to the museum, or you could take bus no. 388. Bus 388 also drives by both Klampenborg and Lyngby stations.
VISITORS WITH DISABILITIES
The museum ground floor, with Karen Blixen´s private home, cafe and shop is accessible for wheelchair through back entrances. Please ask staff at the counter for guidance. The documentary exhibition on Blixen’s life and the Boganis-hall where exhibitions take place, is situated at first floor, which has no lift. In an annexe 50 meters from the museum is a toilet for the disabled.