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  • 1 Skagen Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Brondumsvej 4 DK - 9990 Skagen

    The museum founded by Michael Ancher and his friends opened in 1928, and contains 1 500 paintings, drawings and sculptures by Skagen School artists. The painters, fascinated by the ever-changing light of the windswept landscape, came to work in Skage..

  • 2 Michael & Anna Ancher's House Interesting

    Museums and art

    Markvej 2-4 DK - 9990 Skagen

    The painters, Michael and Anna Ancher came to live in the house in 1884. After the death of their daughter Helga, also a painter, in 1964, the house was carefully restored to recreate the atmosphere of creativity that permeated the place at the time ..

  • 3 Råbjerg Mile Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    DK - Skagen

    Around Skagen, the migrating coastal dunes are a vulnerable environment with fragile vegetation. This large white dune, 41m high, has formed over the centuries. The sand is constantly moving eastward, despite the plantations introduced in a bid to co..

  • 4 Drachmann's House

    Museums and art

    Hans Baghs Vej 21 DK - 9990 Skagen

    The poet and painter Holger Drachmann (1846-1908) lived in the house that he called Villa Pax from 1902 until his death. There are many paintings by Drachmann himself and by his friends from the Skagen School.

  • 5 Skagen Local History Museum

    Museums and art

    P.K. Nielsens vej 8 DK - 9990 Skagen

    The part open-air museum illustrates the hard life of Skagen's fishermen, who had to confront the elements in this barren place, battered by wind and waves. You can see the houses of a poor fisherman and a rich man standing side by side. Everyday fis..

  • 6 St Lawrence's Church

    Religious buildings

    Gl. Landevej DK - 9990 Skagen

    The 14C church of St Lawrence, patron saint of sailors, was buried by drifting sand in the late 18C and closed by royal decree in 1795. In 1810 the nave was removed and today only the tower is visible, rising above the sand.

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