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Aros Aarhus Kunstmuseum

Aros Alle 2, Aarhus 8000, Denmark
+45 87306600
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I suggest you start from the top of building, floor 10 and then go down. If I want to be honest, it... read more

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fateme e
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Great time to visit Aros and Aarhus

We were fortunate to have Aarhus in our travel plans this summer and delighted to learn that Aros... read more

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Welcome to ARoS Aarhus Art Museum - one of Europe's largest art museums situated in the heart of Aarhus, and the only one with a rainbow on top, Your rainbow panorama. ARoS is a house of art where our guests can be pleased, enlightened and challenged. The architecture is of international class. The same is the art. And both offer experiences of high carat: from light to thrill, from attitude to entertainment, from joy to challenge.
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  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
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“modern art” (65 reviews)
“rainbow walk” (40 reviews)
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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Aros Alle 2, Aarhus 8000, Denmark
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I suggest you start from the top of building, floor 10 and then go down. If I want to be honest, it was not so interesting. However the paintings was so good and I enjoyed.

Thank fateme e
Reviewed yesterday

We were fortunate to have Aarhus in our travel plans this summer and delighted to learn that Aros had launched an ambitious triennial in honor of the city being selected as the European Cultural Capital in 2017. The triennial was built around the theme of...More

Thank L9734KSandreah
Reviewed yesterday

Fine museum with some contemperary exhibits (that I don't understand) wirt a lot of fine art as well.

Thank Marc S
Reviewed 4 days ago

What a cool museum ! You are captured at once, before you have even entered the building ! The spectrum round walk on top and the enormous textile sculpture greets you and draws you in...........Very interesting separate exibits, an open floor plan and an outdoor...More

Thank ghm11_2
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Lovely museum. Quite small, didn't like the current exhibition,but has some great artwork nonetheless. The colour panorama is everything. Nice place to visit in this beautiful city.

Thank InePl
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

You need to allow some time to do Aros justice. Thoughtful exhibits that make you think and question. Rainbow panorama is sensational. It but not for the vertiginous! Exceptional curation.

Thank Robyn O
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Stopped for our lunch on a visit to this fabulous museum. Great smoked fish pate and salad. Very tasty cakes. Excellent coffee. Not a bad place to recharge!

Thank StezzaWazza
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I have visited this art museum twice and enjoyed it both times. First time around, 2015, I was very impressed with Eliasson's rainbow walk and Mueck's gigantic Boy sculpture. This time, 2017, I particularly enjoyed another Eliasson work: The water and light installation Beauty. Also,...More

Thank maxg494
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Olafur Eliasson Panoroma on the top floor is an unique experience. We visited two special exhibitions on the theme Garden, with a more classical and modern feel, respectively, both of good quality and very much worth while. When you have enough time, go near...More

Thank Wajo
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a must see! Magnificent pieces of art, someone disturbing (but beautiful) and others breathtaking. I recommend buying tickets online, there's a long line at the entrance unless you bought tickets in advance. The panorama view is worth it as well, a little adrenaline...More

Thank Sunniva S
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haldborg
29 July 2016|
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Response from poult731 | Reviewed this property |
There is always several exhibitions so do contact the website to get an up to date info about the exhibitions.
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Cornelius B
3 October 2015|
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Hi, the entrance fee is 130 dkr, and the opening hours is 9-17 the 13th and 9-22 the 14th. Its national holiday and the the exhibition Monet - Lost in Translation is just opened so we expect a lot of visitors. If you want to... More
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