Since its opening in 1958, the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art has exhibited the world’s leading artists—from Alberto Giacometti and Yves Klein to Pablo Picasso and Marina Abramović. But the museum is a destination that transcends any one exhibition. Located in the coastal town of Humlebæk, a scenic 40-minute train ride from Copenhagen Central Station, Louisiana is a place of perfectly-apportioned tranquility. Its discreet, low pavilions are linked by glass corridors, designed so as not to distract from the landscape of the sculpture park—where works by artists including Alexander Calder and Henry Moore sit in the outdoor surroundings they were intended for. The glass-walled cafeteria offers views of the Sound and, over the water, of southern Sweden. Louisiana Museum of Modern Art Gl. Strandvej 13 3050 Humlebæk Denmark TwitterFacebookPinterest Related Stories Arts & Culture City Guide Korea Furniture Museum A private furniture museum in the northern quarters of Seoul. Arts & Culture City Guide 0fr Copenhagen A Parisian bookstore, now home to Denmark’s young creatives. Arts & Culture City Guide Thorvaldsens Museum A brightly-hued homage to Copenhagen’s most celebrated sculptor. Arts & Culture City Guide Hotel Sanders A design-led hotel in Copenhagen’s cultural quarter. Arts & Culture City Guide Glyptoteket Ancient marble, modern masterpieces and palm trees, in central Copenhagen. Arts & Culture Issue 28 At Work With: Sherin Khankan Alia Gilbert talks to Sherin Khankan—leader of Copenhagen’s first all-women mosque.