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At the Storm P. Museum we normally show our permanent Storm P. exhibition, presenting the works of Robert Storm Petersen (Storm P.). However, from October 2016 to November 2017, our temporary exhibitions will take up more space than usual. The permanent exhibition will therefore be reduced to a few rooms, and we are lending our Storm P. paintings to other museums during this period.

In addition to our own collection, we show alternating temporary exhibitions in the genre of the Storm P. tradition, of humor and satire in art or various cartoon art.
For our current special exhibition click here »

The Storm P. Exhibition

Note: as explained above, our Storm P. paintings are not on display from October 2016 to November 2017.

As you walk through the galleries, you will see a wide selection of Storm P.s paintings and drawings, including his silly inventions and the cartoons with his famous characters Peter and Ping, The 3 Little Men and the philosophical Flies. Storm P. was a very industrious artist and only a certain portion of the museum's collection is on display at any given time. The paintings are displayed on rotation, but if you wish to see a specific work of art, you can contact us in advance to find out if that particular piece is presently on display.

The paintings on display in the galleries are grouped by the following themes:
Artist and Caricaturist
The Contemporary
Death, the Church and the Afterlife
Storm's Women
Back to Nature
A Joy of Painting

You will also be able to look the artist over the shoulder and step into his original study, where he often worked day and night to meet his many daily deadlines. In the study, we also display most of Storm P.s amazing pipe collection, numbering almost 500 pipes.

A large digital table on the ground floor allows you to swipe through the museum's collection of more than 30.000 Storm P. drawings. This way you can find your personal favourite!

Opening Hours

Tuesday-Sunday 10-16
Closed on Mondays
Closed on December 24-26, December 31 and January 1

Admission Fees

Adults DKK 50
Students DKK 40
Seniors (65+) DKK 40
Groups (12+) DKK 40/person
Children under 18 FREE

The Frederiksberg Museums
Allround Museum Pass:
DKK 125
(covers 5 locations incl.
The Storm P. Museum)

Public Transport

The following busses stop near the museum:
8A and 26 stop at the museum entrance.
9A and 6A stop a short walk from the museum.
The Metro stops at Frederiksberg Station, a 15 minute walk from the museum


There is limited parking along Pile Allé and Frederiksberg Allé. Please note that Frederiksberg offers 2 hours free parking with an option to purchase extended parking time.


On the day of your visit, you can use your admission receipt to get a 15 % discount on coffee, cakes, sandwiches etc. at Oliver's café. You will find Oliver's on Frederiksberg Allé – just 50 meters from the museum.