This outstanding open air museum demonstrates some of the history and buildings of Denmark as it developed over the last several hundred years. A few buildings are native to the area, but others have been relocated to demonstrate the range of occupations and habitations. We spent 2 hours here but did not allocate enough time to see it all. If we weren't on the way to another attraction, we would have spent more time. Very friendly to English speakers, some surprising exhibits (wagon with live horses moving about, etc.) make this a good stop for adults and children alike. Reasonably priced.
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