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Royal Jelling visitor’s centre, Jelling

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.6/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web
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  • Perfect experience to see the Jelling stones, Church, mounds etc. Museum (afd by National Museum) is really good-super animations and easily understandable-our children are 6, 11 and 13 year got all very out of it and thought it was a "fat museum". Definitely worth a visit for all ages and then it was even free of charge.
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  • When you previously ran through downtown and then experiencing the Jelling now. Then there is the significant thing. No traffic, but a nice calm. That is precisely why it is easier to get mind very far back. A trip up on the hills and enjoy the good views and view the well-maintained land. Once again, refresh the story. It is a good experience.
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  • Had visited Jelling for many years ago, but heard about the new setup with the Kings Jelling. A super experience. In new buildings, a museum, but the name should be oplevelseshus, super way to tell our story on. Single and with a lot of effects, easily understandable and exciting for a lot of info, without that it will be dry and boring. Headed fine around the building and may end up on the rooftop terrace or a small visit in shop and cafeteria. Super exciting and way to tell on is suitable for all age groups. It is free to enter and there are good p places close by. We would like to come again and recommend the place.
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  • If in Denmark, especially if you are at Legoland, I highly suggest the side trek to Jelling. Superb museum, and outstanding outdoor exhibits.
  • Excellent visitor's center, very informative and professionally designed.
  • Beautifull museum! And it's free!
  • Who knows that that what we call "Bluetooth" and also often use many of us in everyday life, was named after the man who laid the Foundation for what is now known as Denmark? And that that taken from characters from the Runic alphabet of the Vikings is Bluetooth? And that it represents the initials of the Danish King Harald Bluetooth? - But, you can learn a lot more in this Center! For children and adults a must!
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  • A visit please.
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