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Mariager Saltcenter, Mariager
(3.5/5 based on 60 reviews on the web)
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  • From the exciting laboratory with possibility of own evaporation of salt and many good explanations but also with a large potential for improvement in terms of communicating salt production from the salt that the Horst to the factory. There is too much knowledge and information about this exciting for us to be content with marker on a whiteboard. To seethe House, where a young man stood completely silent and looked at the vanddampen and us. He did absolutely nothing except to stir a time in spite of the fact that the place of the degrees is an invitation to good communication. The ride down into the mine and to see the movie was good experiences, although that could have been done more out of sound and motion/animations. It displays posters and pictures with different salt tolerance plants without taking the whole hog and explain why and how they had this different tolerance, and one could have drawn parallels to the Wadden Sea. We tried not bath and shower facilities. Mariager Salt center, we will in future only visit when the family still is on the edges. It is currently not a place where you go long on a rainy day to experience and learn.
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  • While we were in Mariager we visited saltern, and then how they turned salt. A young man told very vividly how it went to. Also the rest of the Museum was a good experience.
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  • A good and interesting introduction to saltets use, history and meaning. Remember swim suits for a trip in the basin and got past the garden, where salt syderen tells vividly and engaged about the process. All in all a very good exhibition with a friendly and caring staff. Of course, you end up buying at least a bag factory salt home. ... The BLOB can recommend to visit the site at the port of Mariager.
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  • Suffered a tame experience. The information we got only via posters. Train trip in the mine are shown only for children.
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  • Interesting location. Were already 3 times here. A pleasant warm brine pool is great. Who wants to use it, must not forget the swimsuit.
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  • Think of all the psoreasis skin flakes that can be in the water, even if it is filtered
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  • Actually quite interesting although most probably not linking salt with something exciting. Tried ar swim in their saltwater pool and that was really nice.
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  • Can clearly be recommended to others. We must, however, be aware that it is not a good idea to carry small children in the salt bath. Missing, however, something more info about even salt bath at their website or brochure.
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