What do you expect of a museum dedicated one person? Flashy infotainment? I dont. To me the Karen Blixen museum displays the fascinating life of Blixen in a rather quiet manner, just the way she talked – but definitely not the way she lived. Being her home for many years you the place so beautifully situated is a sight even not visiting the exhibition. Take the tour in the garden. Go past the small pond, the flowergarden that still is used to produce flowers for decorations in the living room. Pass the field with the horses, and suddenly you will be standing face to face with the grave of Karen Blixen. Quietly situated under a large tree. So nice.
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