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We were surprised that our 3 hour planned visit became almost 5. The castle section of the museum contains art, furniture and decorative items while the archeological section is a very good display of the areas pre-history and middle age periods. We used the audio...More
What a beautiful site! And the museum was wonderful. Good service. Very good english speaking guides. The entry price was nice. Will soon be back to see more of the amazing collection and site! Dont miss this one!
I visited this museum with my husband, son and his family. Fortunately for me, my son and his family all speak fluent German because otherwise we wouldn't have a clue as to what we were seeing. As another reviewer pointed out - all the signs...More
Went here many years ago to see the famous Nydam boat and the creepy (for us as children) bog people. Still a fantastic destination to see those unique artifacts, but also a wonderfully expanded group of galleries now, with state of the art displays from...More
The unmissable part is probably the small building to the west of the complex, where you can see two viking ships, very rare, similar to those you can find in Oslo, Norway.
The main part of the exhibition is hosted in the castle, a very...More
This is a terrific visit that combines both a gorgeous castle with splendid interiors with a very fine modern art gallery. There is also a garden and grounds to visit but I didn't have time! Sculptures abound and there is a nice choice of cafes...More
1000 years of history of the area are presented in this museum. Most of the signage is in German or Denish, but some things are also explained in English.
Don't forget to take a walk through the gardens