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There was a lot more than we expected from the outside. Entrance was not cheap at DKr70 per person. The displays were spread over 3 building, a not of up and down stairs etc but parts can be reached thru an elevator. My favourite of...More
My wife and I didn't know what to expect and we certainly didn't expect it to be this conclusive. The museum tells the story of Marstal by the sea and highlights ship builds, painters, boats in bottles. and so much more. There is a huge...More
Very fun and you can spend up to an hour there.
Amazing how many ships in bottles are there. I honestly couldn't count. They also have replicas of cabins and ships( the cabins are interactive and life size). I recommend going there alone, with kids,...More
If you enjoy maritime history you could spend many hours here. Great children's play area and on certain days there is supervised old style model boat building. Huge indoor collection and display through the ages plus an offsite area by the water filled with interesting...More
It would be possible to spend many hours in this wonderful museum, we were there for about an hour very well thought out. It has just been extended and it is very well done.
I guess we will return one day on a visit as...More
The museum is an integrated part of the town of Marstal, low-key but highly fascinating when you finally get here. If you are looking for maritime authenticity, this is the place to go. Marstal was once the maritime center of Denmark, and the museum will...More
Surprisingly large building, stuffed full with models of sailing ships, paintings of ships and the sea, maps of Danish trade routes, general nautical paraphernalia, made up cabins and ships bridges to explore, plus an outdoor area. And under 18s go free, so great value. Perfect...More
The small museum is certainly telling a story and a wonderful one too! Go to this beutifull Island of Aeroe and go the biggest city Marstal there you will get an overview of how the sea can tribute to grow of an industry. A pity...More