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You need more than an hour to fully explore this museum. So much to read and several hands on exhibits. Don't forget to go all the way to the top and onto the roof for a view of two Viking mounds. Nice gift shop on...More
We had a day out with the family of 13 people including 3 children to spend the afternoon in Jelling the home of the Vikings.
We had a guide to show us around and explain the area including the Church and the land ship of...More
I would say that if you are in the area you simply HAVE to visit this museum. Firstly, if you start your trip here the mounds just a couple meters away will make much more sense. Secondly it gives you a nice brief overview of...More
This is a new museum using technology to bring history to life. The use of visual effects to give you a better understanding of the place and the vikings is simply wonderful. Even the children seems engaged which is difficult in the age of smartphones...More
The best museum visited in my life. First of all, it is free of charge. Second, the use of the modern technology is made to emphasize items, stories to a high level. A brooch is no longer a simple brooch, you will see where it...More
We wanted to visit the famous stones and were informed the visitor centre was worth a visit. It has been VERY well planned and executed explaining the story of the Jelling Stones. The information is all in English and Danish - starting off at the...More
This museum is very interactive and have a lot of great stories from the ancient viking story of Denmark. Denmarks founding King, Gorm the Old and his son Harald Bluetooth (yes the technology is named after him). Treasure hunt for the kids and a chance...More
Great place to see where it all started.
The layout is astounding and the exhibit is tastefully presented.
The museum will take time.
Make the time and play with the interactive exhibits and listen to the stories.
This is one of the meat history museum...More