Located in an abandoned underground cistern, two exquisite glass pyramids are the entrance signs. In the reservoir that was once filled with 1.6 million liters of drinking water, natural light is almost invisible. Artificial lighting creates unique saturated colors for 50 glass artworks, and the unpolished granite walls and moist air contrast sharply with the fragile glass. Glass paintings are all created by well-known artists. Please bring a warm coat when visiting! The highest temperature in the museum is only 9 degrees Celsius.
Opposite the Copenhagen Zoo, there is an art space called Cisternerne that was transformed with an abandoned underground cistern. This is an unpopular attraction, and the highest in the museum is only 9 degrees. It is recommended to bring a jacket and ride a bike, because the scenery from the city to the suburbs is pleasant, and the air and greenery are even more so. The entrance is the glass pyramid in the lawn~ The whole pavilion is black hole, and the atmosphere is very good.
A lovely way to spend an hour even if you don't like glass, the guides are made to every tourist by knowledgeable and very interesting people. A charming house has a personal collection of all types of glass across the age and the globe. Some beautiful stained glass windows of the William Morris Company saved husbands from all over Europe like he used to restore them before retirement. It is definitely worth a visit!
A small museum converted from an abandoned cistern. There are many such small museums in Denmark, which are very interesting.