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The fort is well reconstructed, and provides visitors a peek into the Viking's way of life. There's activities for kids to experience throughout the compound, archery, braiding, ancient baking, pillow games etc. There's also a few free roaming piglets. A small museum displaying archeological finds....More
This is the most beautiful and best preserved fortress in the island. It is open only during high season, but if you are lucky, the doors are open, and you can still visit the fortress (not the museum). I was there in Midsummer, and though...More
This fort has rebuild true many years. First the archeologies diked the whole area and later catalogs every thing. After the examination of the whole area the scientists could stay building houses for understand how the people could live in this area for cousin of...More
Its more like a small fortified hamlet rather than a Fort. Well preserved, but unfortunately we could not get a guide as it was closed due to mid summer festival. But it was interesting to note that this Fort was built around 1150 AD or...More
Very disappointed - closed in May even weekends - must loose a lot of business - while we were there 4 other cars all pulled in and out again. We went expecting there would be no shows or reenactments or even refreshments in start of...More
Impressing reconstruction of old fortress with walls and houses within. Very professional and kind guides. We all enjoyed the guided tour, baking bread, forging metal amulets and trying out Viking games. There is a good souvenir shop and they sell sandwiches. We brought our own...More