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Anna Ancher: 'The Maid in the kitchen', 1883 and 1886. The Hirschsprung Collection

Hirschsprung LATE

Late night opening hours 28 March 11 AM - 8 PM

Join us on the Hirschsprung LATE of the month. Every last Thursday of the month we extend the opening hours from 11 AM - 8 PM. On theese evenings you can explore the collection and special exhibitions and participate in special events like poetry readings, introduction to exhibitions and much more.

Silent Walk at 6 PM

This evening at 6 PM you can join us for a very special silent walk with author, speaker and Silent Co-creation consultant Bastian Overgaard. The silent walk begins with an introduction to the concept of Silent Co-creation. That is, the vibrating space between a group of people who actively chose not to talk. Afterwards Bastian Overgaard will guide the group around the museum. On the way, he will use gestures to pinpoint interesting and quirky features of the museum.

Buy your ticket here.

Please be informed that the introduction and closing remarks are in Danish.

This evening you can join us for a very special silent walk with author, speaker and Silent Co-creation consultant Bastian Overgaard. During the last two years he has instructed businesses and organizations in Silent Co-creation. You can read more on: www.bastianovergaard.dk.

Special guided tour at 7 PM

At 7 PM you can also join us for a special guided tour with curator Rikke Zinck Jensen about the artists' facination of silent scenes with blind people and sleeping children in the late 1800s. The tour is free with a normal ticket to the museum or an annual pass.

Please be informed that the guided tour is in Danish.

Michael Ancher: 'Blind Kristian minding a child', 1885. The Hirschsprung Collection.

Practical information

Opening hours
On this day the museum is open from 11 AM - 8 PM.

Price for Silent Walk including general admission:
DKK 95 / DKK 50 with an annual pass to the museum
Buy your ticket here.

Generel admission
Adults: DKK 95
Visitors under 18 years: free
Visitors with annual pass to the museum: free.
Visitors with the Parkmuseerne ticket: free (one visit per ticket)
Visitors with Copenhagen Card: free (one visit per card)