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Gråbrødrekloster Museet, Aalborg

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  • This is a little museum we stumbled across in Aalborg. It's underground, and it cost kr 40 to call up the elevator. Once there, you can see the ruins of an old Franciscan friary, and layers of the med...  more »
  • You are taken by a lift directly from the vibrant pedestrian street down to the excavated remenants of the monastry and the graveyard around. It dont take long and is well worth the time and money. En...  more »
  • The museum is underground and is accessible by an elevator. The 40kr to take the elevator serve as ticket, no matter how many people you are. The information are very interesting and displayed very we...  more »
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  • It was SO HARD TO FIND!! We didn't really expect to be looking for a glass elevator... but when we got there it was a very cool and a bit different museum experience. Also: you pay the elevator for as many as can fit into it!
  • A good look at the old time Aalborg and its history of how it looked like. FYI it's underground that you get to with an elevator.
  • Very small. Made a tour of the museum in only 2 minutes. Not worthy for 40 DKK.
  • Exciting exhibition under the Earth-well worth a visit and only 20 dollars for all those who may be in the elevator.
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  • Exciting to see what has been hiding under the city, as well as strange that there is no staff.
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