Fuglsang Art Museum

Designed by the English architect Tony Fretton, the fabulous Fuglsang Art Museum first opened its doors at a grand inauguration ceremony on the 25th of January 2008. 
The museum houses art from the 18th century up to today and there are various special exhibitions which always make a visit to the museum exciting.  
The building is set in incredibly beautiful natural surroundings, which also afford a delightful stroll outdoors. It is also possible to shop for Danish designed goods in the museum shop and enjoy a warm cup of coffee.

See more on the website: www.fuglsangkunstmuseum.dk

Fuglsang Manor Estate

Fuglsang Manor Estate is situated on Lolland just between Nykøbing F. and the port of Nysted on the south coast of Lolland in the heart of one the most beautiful natural areas in Denmark. Although Fuglsang dates right back to the Middle Ages, the current main building was constructed in 1859 by the then lord of the manor Viggo de Neergaard, who was married to Bodil de Neergaard, granddaughter of the composer I.P.E. Hartmann. The couple laid the foundation for Fuglsang’s distinguished cultural traditions for music and painting.

Fuglsang’s approximately 40 acres of picturesque parkland are open to the public every day of the week. Discover the fantastic "grotto" in the centre of the garden!

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Fuglsang, which opened in 2008, has recently celebrated its 5th anniversary.