Frilandsmuseet / Open Air Museum

Take a walk in the past

Old Denmark – Open Air Museum is one of the oldest and largest open-air museums in the world, where you can experience farms, cottages, and mills from Denmark, Sweden, and the Faroe Islands. Each building has been carefully dismantled, moved and reassembled in beautiful natural surroundings.
At the Open-Air Museum, you can take a step back in time and walk through fully furnished homes, meet adorable farm animals and talk to the museum peasants about life in the olden days. The museum provides an interactive experience for the entire family with plenty of fresh air, hands-on activities and green areas for resting after a long walk.  
Throughout the year, Old Denmark – Open Air Museum is full of fun and hands-on activities for the entire family. During the opening season, the museum puts on activities that include everything from Freddy Frogface days to our cosy garden days.  

Accessibility at Frilandsmuseet/The Open Air Museum:
The roads at Frilandsmuseet/The Open Air Museum are gravel but stable. It may be challenging to get around for wheelchair users, as the terrain is hilly, but it is possible. However, it is difficult to get into courtyards and museum buildings with a wheelchair. You can borrow a wheelchair at the museum (the wheelchairs are not motorised). Visit their website to get more information regarding this. There is handicapped parking at both entrances.

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