Alhed and Johannes Larsen’s garden, the Johannes Larsen Museum
The Johannes Larsen Museum’s garden is an oasis of rare trees and bushes, old fruit trees, beautiful rose beds and views across the Great Belt. Johannes Larsen had a huge variety of fauna in his garden, and the old waterholes have been preserved, forming homes for geese, chickens and ducks. The garden also contains a delightful conservatory with a range of exotic plants and a goldfish pond.
June - August: daily from 10 am to 5 pm.
September-October: Tues.- Sun. 10 am to 4 pm
November-February: Tues.-Sun. 11 am to 4 pm
March-May: Tues.-Sun. 10 am to 4 pm
Adults DKK 80
Students DKK 70
Children and under 18 is Free
Groups (min. 10 pers.) DKK 65 per pers.
The Danish Society for Nature Conservation 50% discount
- Museum Gardens
- Car parking - There is a spacious car park on the beach below Møllebakken. Disabled parking at the museum.
- Bus parking - Many
- Toilets - Yes
- Handicap toilets - Yes
- Brochures / information - Yes - at the entrance
- Café / restaurant / vending machine - Johannes Larsen Museum Café
- Picnic sites - Yes, in the garden and at Svanemøllen mill. And there is a packed lunch building in case of poor weather.
- Guided tours - Guided tours (max. 25 pers.) DKK 500. Duration 1 hour Introduction DKK 350. Duration 15 - 20 min. Guided tours, introductions and other events can be arranged by contacting the museum. Check our calendar for free introductions in connection with special exhibitions.
- Shop - Yes, at the Johannes Larsen Museum
- Benches in the garden - 2 benches and in addition approx. 50 seats consisting of tables and chairs in the garden. There are also around 20 seats in the packed lunch building. There are an additional 25 seats or so in front of Svanemøllen. You can also bring a blanket and sit in the garden.
- Dogs welcome - Yes, there is water for them in the garden.
- Miscellaneous - Special exhibitions during the year - see our website.
Alhed and Johannes Larsen’s garden, the Johannes Larsen Museum recommends in the vicinity:
There are several Bed & Breakfasts, hotels, youth hostels and campsites in the area.
Kaffehuset café at the Johannes Larsen Museum, Restaurant Rudolf Mathis, Thorsted fish restaurant, Boris’ fish and café, Restaurant Firenze.
Viking Museum at Ladby, Farvergården (with a pleasant garden), Hindsholm Egns Museum, Høkeren, Toldboden (check opening hours at www.ostfynsmuseer.dk), the Fjord and Belt Centre.