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We decided to take a drive to Moens and noticed this attraction as we drove by. As we are Australians, we didn’t even know what was there but decided to go in and ask. So glad we did. We were given an information booklet in...More
Visit “the good old days” at Thorsvang. Walk through lovely old shops and workshops full of wonderful items from the time when grandpa was Young.
An impressive life work of a museum - created from an interest of a 8 Year old boy - and...More
Thorsvang Samlermuseum is a step back in time to old Stege and to past times in Denmark. It is an attraction which must not be missed when visiting Møn and Stege area.
The collection and the built up of the museum is fantatstic. It is...More
This folksy gem of a museum has a lot to offer. It's much bigger than you first think, and has lots of fun little collections of everything from beer bottles to toys. Bring the grandparents and listen to the endless anecdotes the display will inspire....More
We weren't sure what to expect, so we were pleasantly surprised with the organization and collection. When we bought our tickets, the lady was so nice and gave the kids a Quiz sheet (In English) and a pencil. Once they finished the quiz, she checked...More
We were a group of 3 adults and 2 children at age 6 and 9. This is a very fine museum and the children liked it too. Especially the barber shop, the classroom and the cinema was a hit. Unfortunately the small rides and swings...More
IF you are in the area then do not miss this amazing collections of wonderful items from the time when your grandma and grandpa was young. Take your time to walk through and experience the world of yesterday, shops and workshops and even a small...More
What another amazing museum...there's so much to see and the people who run the museum are extremely helpful...
There are so many little shops set up inside and all of them are crammed full of exhibits...apparently 99% of the stuff came from one person who...More
This museum is a wonderful and truly expansive collection of 'gammel'/old-age Danish paraphernalia: a veritable shopping precinct brought back to life.
Butchers, bakers, candlestick-makers, hardware stores, even an old cinema and a complete primary school classroom are resurrected for us/the vistor to walk around and...More