Fotevikens Museum, Hollviken
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We came here as a slightly spontaneous decision and it was the right one. This is a really nice attraction, with a recreated Viking village containing costumed guidesand a lot of exciting information ... read more »
Visitare i paesi scandinavi senza fare un tuffo al tempo dei vichinghi è quasi sacrilego! La ricostruzione del villaggio è molto curata, gli abitanti, tuttavia, sono pochissimi. Carino passeggiare, cu... read more »Visit the Scandinavian countries without taking a dip at the time of the Vikings is almost sacrilege! The reconstruction of the village is well cared for, the inhabitants, however, are very few. Nice walk, look around and observe any artisan at work (who pasted it would cook the bread, who worked the glass, who skins etc.) With a guided tour you would appreciate more ...show original
Posto stupendo! All'entrata si viene mandati in una sala dove viene raccontata, tramite pannelli, la storia vichinga. Con un filmato ci viene mostrata la giornata tipo del vichingo tipo e, al temine d... read more »Awesome place! At the entrance you are sent into a room where is told through panels, the Viking history. With a movie there shows the typical day of the Viking type and, at the end of the mini documentary video continues with the background on village construction. At the exit of the hall you can enter the village. Here we will have the opportunity to freely enter the Viking houses (all well reconstructed and furnished and you can touch everything!) and assisting in everyday scenes with actors who, dressed up, will only perform their craft Viking! So we can see who creates glass beads, the Cook, who melts the metal. also having the chance to interact with them; for example, tasting the freshly baked bread, chatting or wearing armor and fighting against them! From the top of the tower you can enjoy a lovely view of the Gulf. At the entrance there is a restaurant, a small bar and a gift shop. To visit, highly recommended!show original
I think I'll stop going to places like this now. The part where they show you how things were made - nobody there. This is the third such place we have seen in two years where the main demonstration point was out of action. They did have some TV screens showing a 2 minute movie on a loop. We did see excellent examples of people in Viking costume sitting around talking, and playing with their phones, resting and eating. A hundred tents selling the same wooden toy swords, bows, arrows, linen, and some replica metal weapons. "These are nice swords" "Thanks" "Did you make them?" "No, my friend makes them in Poland"
Fantastic place for curious children, and not only for children. You can touch everything, try, taste the bread baked viking's way. You can try to make wood things on workshop.
Alexandra ÅbergEmbarrassing and stale women's vision.show original
Rainer GrundelWe were there on the Swedish national day and were thrilled. At different places of the Viking Village was to different times Viking life shown. From the history to combat training everything was presented clearly. Kids could bake bread and all the houses could be visited.show original
Maria RanginMuseum Director Björn M Jakobsen does not believe that a ' no ' means ' no ' and think that it is "fun" to a group of men overpower and drag away a shocked and protesting woman then let her sit strapped against their will. Recommend no visiting Fotevikens Museum as long as it is led by Jacobsen.show original
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