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Hjerl Hede Open Air Museum, Vinderup
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En friluftspark som innehåller många fina gamla hus med trevliga inomhusdetaljer, en del djur och ett stort område för egen picknick. Bra toaletter men något dyrt inträde (som vanligt i Danmark). Kan ... read more »An open-air park which contains many fine old houses with nice inomhusdetaljer, some animals and a large area for a private picnic. Good toilets but somewhat expensive admission (as usual in Denmark). Can Be Recommended.show original
Afsæt rigtig god tid, til at komme rundt, der er meget at se. Næste gang vil vi helt sikkert komme på et tidspunkt af året, hvor der er arbejdende værksteder , der er rigtig mange af disse, det giver ... read more »Dedicate great time to come around, there is much to see. Next time, we'll certainly come at a time of the year when there are workshops, there are very many of these, it gives a really good impression of the life of our ancestorsshow original
Good site. Not too much for the children, but adults should like the history and architecture of the old buildings from around Denmark
A fascinating view into history.
Benjamin kjærsgårdGreat place for kidsshow original
Jesper HeinemeierReally cosy and family friendly place!show original
Kaare BækgaardHjerl Hede is in some way a nice place, but the Museum carries unfortunately marked by decades of wear and lack of maintenance. Everything appears faded, colourless and immeasurably sad. One exception is the Cooper shop, which is still in use and therefore still works live. The Museum's directors viger apparently back from taking a difficult but necessary decision: most of the original houses in the central area is worn to death by the ravages of time and thousands of visitors. Thus has the experience lost authenticity – for the people lived, after all, not so puny. In order to preserve the experience authenticity, it is necessary to replace a part of the original house with newly-built copies. The same applies to furniture and utensils. If I, as visitors are not able to sense a pride of fine architectural Office dweller originally fine, expensive furniture, so the Museum has failed.show original
Kristian R. HansenWhere is it nice that we have places like Hjerl Hede, as that is something more than an amusement park with carousels. Here are 3-4 generations get a good day together and learn a little bit about where we come from. It is the old country town.show original
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