Skagens Bamsemuseum, Skagen
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Skagens Bamsemuseum blev indviet i august 1998 og er Skandinaviens første og eneste Bamsemuseum. Bamser af alle slags, unge og gamle, mange med historisk baggrund, lever her deres eget uforlignelige liv i det charmerende gamle skagen-hus med have. Stemningen er eventyr og nostalgi.Plan to see Skagens Bamsemuseum and other attractions that appeal to you using our Skagen trip itinerary planner.
The Teddy Bear Museum in Skagen, the first and only one in all Scandinavia, was first opened to the public in August 1998.
Teddy bears of all kinds- some young, some very old and of historic value- live their own quite unique life in this charming old Skagen-style house and garden.
A world of fantasy and nostalgia awaits you...
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We had heard of the Danish Teddybear museum before we went on Our holliday, and talked about that we had to visit it being in Skagen. But we didn't quite know where it was located. But that was no pro... read more »
If you love Teddy bears, this museum is a must see. The displays are well done. Request the English translation of the display descriptions at the front desk. You will see lots of old bears along with... read more »
Bamsemuseet er hurtigt at gå igennem, hvis man blot tager et hurtigt kig på hver udstilling. Derfor er det vigtigt, at man læser og sætter sig ind i historien bag hver montre, så man får den fulde opl... read more »Teddy bear Museum is quick to go through if you just take a quick look at each exhibition. Therefore, it is important that you read and put himself into the story behind each display case, so you get the full experience. Incredible beautiful exhibitions ...show original
The Teddy Bear museum is a nice museum to visit with your children. It shows the teddy bear history, and there is a nice variety of teddy bears.
Helene AndresenGreat cozy place. Pure mindfulness.show original
Dennis Toftebjerg Rohde HeinfeltA very cosy museum with maaange teddy bears. You can feel that the folks behind the Museum has put all their love instead. Not to bring strollers/prams.show original
Nico christensenIt is a cosy placeshow original
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