Insanely good – and an almost secret place to study
As a student, you might spend a lot of time wandering around campus looking for a nice, quiet spot to study. Here’s a tip: check out Museum Ovartaci on Katrinebjergvej.
Translation: Lenore Messick.
At the museum, you can explore Ovartaci’s visual universe and learn about the history of psychiatry in Denmark. And you can also find a quiet spot to get some reading done. Students are more than welcome here – in fact, the bright conservatory with its comfortable wicker furniture has WIFI just to make life easier for you.
The café is also student-friendly, with comfort food at reasonable prices (40-50 kroner).
As a student, you don’t need to buy a ticket to the museum if you’re just looking for a place to study close to campus. You can just go down a side staircase near the main entrance that leads directly to the reading room and the cafe.
Of course, you’re also encouraged to buy a ticket to the exhibit, which explores the development of psychiatric treatment of the mentally ill in Denmark from 1852 to the current day.