The forest snake is completely its own. Well tucked away in a West Jutland forest you will find this art museum without walls and under the open sky. & #8220; Museum & #8221; is a surreal nature walk between the tree and more or less permanent installations. The place is named after the first work of art listed here, a giant yellow wooden snake you can crawl through.
Since then, only several works of art have been added and today the museum has over 80 installations.
The museum also hosts a number of events throughout the year, but best of all, the museum is completely free, so whether you are into art or not, there is always the magnificent scenery and space to enjoy a packed lunch.
“The woods are a fantastic experience & #8211; art and nature are united in a unique way, and you do not know when the next work of art is waiting. A nice place for a picnic with the family.“
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Discover Denmark's tips for Skovsnogen
- You will need a car or bicycle to get to Skovsnogen. Unfortunately, there is no public transport passing by. The nearest train station is in Kibæk, 14 km away.
- The forest invites you to bring your own packed lunch, but if you do not have a packed lunch, we can recommend Skarrildhus 4 km away, where there is a restaurant with delicious dishes made from local produce & #8211; and also a beautiful park
- Also note the sculpture cemetery where old works are allowed to decay