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An unusual burial mound

At this archaeological site one can see the remains of the Viking Ship - 21.5 m long and 3 m wide... read more

Reviewed July 10, 2018
reise-tanta-di
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Lafayette, California
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Great little museum

Plan for a one or two hour visit. The preserved burial ship is amazing and the reconstructed ship... read more

Reviewed July 6, 2018
BennyCPA
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London, Canada
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Reviewed July 10, 2018 via mobile

At this archaeological site one can see the remains of the Viking Ship - 21.5 m long and 3 m wide - placed as it was found in the burial mound. This Viking chief or king was buried with some of his priced possessions as...More

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Reviewed July 6, 2018 via mobile

Plan for a one or two hour visit. The preserved burial ship is amazing and the reconstructed ship was equally amazing. Lot of interesting displays and in multiple languages including English which for us was required. If your nearby it’s worth a visit. We were...More

Thank BennyCPA
Reviewed April 14, 2018 via mobile

The Ladby museum is not big, but the fact that you can actually go into the burial mount and see the remains of the wiking ship from over a thousand years ago is simply fantastic.

3  Thank jjk988
Reviewed August 8, 2017 via mobile

Inside you find a small exhibition of the Vikings that lived in the area. Examples of findings and good descriptions of that time. A short walk brings you to the ship burial which is impressive and interesting. A full size replica of the ship lies...More

Thank ebeekman
Reviewed May 23, 2017

In England we have Sutton Hoo, an Anglo Saxon ship burial site, so this site was a must to visit. Here the ships ghostly outline has been preserved inside a new burial mound so you can see it in its entirety as it was excavated,...More

Thank Olwyn H
Reviewed May 1, 2017

This is a small but excellent museum that is worth visiting. The viking ship exhibition is very well done.

1  Thank Mosegaarden
Reviewed December 4, 2016 via mobile

The museum is interesting. After seeing the exibition you walk through the beautiful area of north east Funen to the ancient mound. Burial place for a very important prince or king of viking ahe Denmark. You step inside the mound where you see the ship....More

3  Thank ClausLiisbergKamp
Reviewed October 18, 2016

This is a very unique place, where you can see a reconstructed full size Viking longboat with sail, meticulously reproduced based on the remains of the original ship that was buried on the site - which is eerily preserved under the mound, in a cold,...More

Thank David N
Reviewed September 14, 2016

take a day in the past. Se a real hand build Wiking ship and learn lots about the way of living in that time

Thank Heidi L
Reviewed July 31, 2016

A must visit very intresting sculpture. the locals are so informative and friendly. great for the whole friendly

Thank JahnJespersen
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