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Vikingemuseet, Aarhus

(3.8/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
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  • Only a small sign, also confusing because in building underground banks (Nordea). Fee free is a small Museum of Viking history and life.
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  • Located in the basement of a Nordea bank, this little museum displays Viking era artifacts uncovered on site. Worth a short visit.  more »
  • I really liked it. It was interesting. Visszaröppentünk time in a completely different world. It is difficult to find in the Museum.
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  • The story of early Århus, told with replicas, real artifacts, pictures and illustrations. Very interesting but not a place you spend a long time.
  • The most exciting feature of this museum is its location at the actual site of the excavation. The museum gives a really good impression of how the city of Aarhus looked like in the Viking era. However, the nearby museum of Moesgaard gives a more complete picture of Denmark in ancient times.
  • Good but only couple buildings. Don't miss the ring couple hundred meters away.
  • Fri adgang. Flot fortælling, bl.a. årstallene på trappen for byens højde.
  • More like a small exhibit rather than a full museum, but it’s free to go inside and has interesting information about the history of vikings and how they lived. The entrance can be hard to find since it’s in the basement of a regular building.