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Experience how the world we know today was created.

Experiences for curious children and adults!

Meet one of the world's best-preserved bog bodies: Haraldskær Woman. In the atmospheric exhibition, you step into the bog where she was sacrificed and held down with hooks more than 2,000 years ago.

In the museum's eight-meter-long archaeological dig box, children can excavate skeletons and treasure hunt with a metal detector. The many fascinating objects from the Iron Age tell the story of a time when the first villages were established.

Experience how the Industrial Revolution created the world we know today, with leisure, abundance, and global climate crisis. And join us on a trip to the legendary local disco Crazy Daisy from the years 1990-2010, in the exhibition about the history of nightlife!

All of the museum's exhibits have fun activities for children. The indoor backyard invites play for kids and those young at heart. Here, you are allowed to jump, climb, and play with everything. Crawl in the scaffolding, operate the crane, and use the cotton scale.

Special Exhibitions 2024


A pantry filled with Danish history for the whole family.

What we eat has changed our world. From the first farmers in the Stone Age to pork becoming Denmark's national dish in the 20th century.

Until August 25, 2024.

'Absolute 90s'

Sorry... but your youth is now in a museum! 😲

Let the memories wander back to the music, TV shows, games, and pop culture of the '90s and '00s!

Until May 26, 2024.


Pack your tent and take a holiday in the past! Camping nostalgia and holiday history all summer long.

June 1 to September 29, 2024.

The museum is set within the historical context of an old cotton factory, offering a truly unique authenticity and atmosphere. The museum equally emphasizes sensory experiences and classic museum education.

Free parking is available. Be sure to read the signs, to make sure you park in the free parling area.

The museum has good accessibility for wheelchair users and those with mobility issues.