Trelleborg - Museum of the Viking Age, Slagelse
(4.2/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web)
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  • Way to Odense, we decided to stop at the Viking ruins of Trelleborg, a piece of history of the country, one of the best preserved Viking settlements, although not expect find large structures, remember that we are talking about Vikings, the wall that surrounds the circular fortress still stands, other recreations, all in a beautiful well kept environment, is agrabel stroll through this countryside , in any case we it visited because we view of step.
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  • If you like Viking history, I'm sure you will love Trelleborg. You have a museum, with lots of information, a lovely souvenir shop, some activities for the kids, and then when you do get out to the ru...  more »
  • It is nevertheless impressive what you could in the old days. Very nice facility and I can imagine that there is time in it when there are activities. Here in the autumn, it is a nice hike around and the Museum is beautiful and inspiring. But they must not have been cold cut or afraid of it.
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  • A brilliant place to visit for Danes and tourists with an interest in viking history. Even though they call it a castle which can be misleading, then know that it is named after the castle that was there in the olden days. A fantastic historical place for the whole family as long as you dress for it.
  • Entrance was free. There is annual viking days here, make sure you plan your visit well. The whole fort location was littered with faeces though, probably from sheeps in the area.
  • Nice, calm place
  • Excellent museum with lots going on for the whole family.
  • Well worth a hour or more, depending on your interest in Danish history and archeological research on the Viking period. Make sure that you dress for the weather, bring a compass or GPS device, and your camera. Describing this as a castle is misleading; you will find ramparts, evidence of structures, and a full sized model of a long house, but definitely nothing resembling a castle.