Carlsberg Academy

About Carlsberg Academy
In his Will, JC Jacobsen stated that, after he and his immediate family had passed away, his house should be used as an honorary residence for a deserving man or woman within the fields of science, literature or art. Since then, the house has been home to many famous guests, including Albert Einstein. Its first resident was the philosopher Harald Høffding. He was followed by the atomic physicist Niels Bohr, who lived here from 1931 to 1962. The last resident was sinologist Søren Egerod. When he left the house in 1995, the Carlsberg Foundation decided to convert the house into the Carlsberg Academy
Gamle Carlsberg Vej 16
2500 København