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It is a recommendation from my host family in Denmark, and I would like to introduce it to every new-comer in Scandinavia countries whoever is interested in its history :D All those houses, farms and yards are shipped from somewhere faraway, including the south-west corner...More
It is a small museum, but it still manages to show the life of several different social classes. There is the home of a single mother of five, the accomodation of the minor cleric, the medium sized farm and more (including the obligatory smithy). It...More
Walk around these old buildings and experience the life style and culture of the Danish 1800s. Try to go when there is something special on like Damp till Diesel (steam to diesel) days when there are some fantastic working machines that highlight the start of...More
Early Danish homes and outbuildings showing how people lived centuries ago in Denmark. I visited in late May. It was cool and damp weather, but the walking will keep you warm, and you WILL walk! It's about 1/2 mile from the train station, and the...More
The weather in middle August was superb, not too hot, not too cold. And you really need to have some nice weather to take this visit. Unlike the traditional museums where you just stay behind closed doors for the most part, this one is all...More
Homes & outbuildings of mostly 19th Century rural Denmark sprawling over a beautiful patch of land. Very clearly signposted in Danish & English. Signposting introduced the occupants of each house, & gave an inventory of their livestock which personalised it & helped us to understand...More