The Grundtvig Library is a private library, owned by “Grundtvigsk Forum”. The library is open to the public. Everyone interested in studying N.F.S. Grundtvig, is welcome to make use of the facilities. Books can be read in the library only.
The Grundtvig Library contains
- the published writings of Grundtvig
- separate editions of Grundtvigs speeches
- his songs and hymns
- a large collection of books by Grundtvig’s contemporaries
- many of the periodicals from the start of “the grundtvigian era”
Search in the library collection
The collection is kept up to date with literature on the main subjects: N. F. S. Grundtvig, grundtvigianism, the folk high school-movement etc. The collection is registered in the Royal Library of Copenhagen, in the REX catalogue.
If you are studying subjects related to Grundtvig, you are welcome to ask for a stay at Vartov in one of the guestrooms. The guestrooms are very popular, so please contact the library well in advance:
The Grundtvig Library
DK-1463 København K
Telephone: +45 41 93 90 03
Read about Grundtvig:
Aarhus University Press offers books in English about Grundtvig, his life and impact in society, politics, theology, schools, poetry …