The Utzon Center was designed by the world renowned JornUtzon and his son Kim Utzon. This was the last work of Jorn before he passed away in 2008. The Utzon Center houses two exhibition halls, the Spidsgatter Hall, a workshop for the Architecture and Design students from Aalborg University, the Utzon Library, The Utzon Archives, The Obel Auditorium and the Utzon Cafe & Restaurant.
- Adult - kr. 60
- Children under 18 - Free
- Students (ID required) - kr. 20
- Nytorv v. Salling (Aalborg) bus stop
- Nytorv (Osteraagade / Aalborg) bus stop
- Utzon Cafe & Restaurant (in house restaurant)
- Restaurant Sanya
- Cafe/Brasserie Mundgott
- Restaurant Sticks & Wok
- John Bull Pub
- Burger King
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92.81% of people who visit Aalborg include Utzon Centre in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
52.31% of people start their Utzon Centre visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Utzon Centre
51.61% of people prefer walking in order to reach Utzon Centre
The building was very nice and stands on a great location. The museum it self was a big disappointment 8 tv screens with videos en 10 scaled miniatures. A Lego room and a restaurant (with a nice view on the water) That's it .... At a price of 60Kr. I expected more
Love the atmosphere of this centre. The architecture beauty of this centre is experienced more from the inside in my opinion. And of course all of Utzon's master piece designs. Kuwait Parliament House.. Sydney Opera House..
Beautiful building. Good playgrounds for children. Exhibition for the moment is a great advertisement for an architectural firm. Nice little exhibition about the outdoor space in Danish cities.
The best place about Danish architecture
It's a good place for children to be creative with Legos and they can enter for free. Adults must pay to enter.