Temporarily closed to comply the updated regulation from the Danish authorities in response to the current corona crisis.


Augustiana is an historical and architectural gem on the banks of Augustenborg Fjord with a long and varied history and an exciting future as an international art park and art gallery. The focus of the programme is professional contemporary art. Augustiana presents temporary exhibitions in the Art Gallery and a variety of art projects and events in the Art Park.

Opening Hours

Art Gallery:
Tuesday-Sunday: 12 am – 4 pm. Closed on Mondays

Art Park:
Open 24/7 all year

Admission Free


Mette Winckelmann

Temporarily closed

Mette Winckelmann’s solo show at Augustiana Art Park and Art Gallery is no traditional exhibition in the sense of individual, self-contained, complete works, but a total installation that crosses art genres, involving painting, fabric objects, architecture and sound.

About the Exhibtion



A plant-based Exhibition by JA studio

Temporarily closed

There are more than 350,000 types of plants in the world. One-fifth of them are threatened with extinction due to climate change, urbanisation and invasive species.

This issue is a matter of concern to the two artists, Kigge Hvid and Sara Flyvbjerg of JA Studio in Copenhagen, which is why they use plants as their artistic fuel. From 8 February to 5 April, visitors will have an opportunity to view a small selection of their works at Augustiana in Augustenborg.

Wild Art
History of Augustiana

Augustiana is situated in the beautiful mansions of Augustenborg Palace. The history and function of the mansions are inextricably linked to that of the palace.

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