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This place was a hit for our kids - and ourselves.
We visited during school holidays, so there was people living in 2 of the small houses (contact the center, if you would like to stay for a week) and just as we arrived a...More
Betina N, Museumsvært at Dejbjerg Jernalder, responded to this reviewResponded July 20, 2016
Thank You for the review. We hope you will have the opportunity to visit us again some time. Cool the kids had a great time too and that you were all entertained.
On the other side of the road from the more interesting Bundsbaek Molle (mill), the Dejbjerg Jernalder – the Iron Age farm – consists of two single-story buildings, one apparently designed for educational activities, and a pasture with a sod-covered cow shed that looked a...More
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Betina N, Museumsvært at Dejbjerg Jernalder, responded to this reviewResponded June 26, 2016
Thank You for the review. We hope you will have the opportunity to visit us again sometime perhaps in high season at Dejbjerg Jernalder. In July and mostly of August we have families living the ironage-style down the village behind the exhibition building....More
We were welcommed and received a tour by Hella, who stayed at the village and really lived in the iron age time for a few weeks.
Hella was a very good guide. The fact that people actually stay in the village makes it more interesting....More
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Betina N, Kommunikationsmedarbejder at Dejbjerg Jernalder, responded to this reviewResponded September 11, 2015
Thanks for your nice review for Dejbjerg Jernalder. We are glad you enjoyed your stay.
Hope to see you some other time.
Remember that Bundsbæk Mølle is a part of Ringkøbing-Skjern Museum and the living history around Ringkøbing Fjord.