A very elegant choice I'd say. An interesting museum full of old stuff which is interesting to look at. However, there are some more interesting choices out in the city.
I'm going to be honest, I'm not really a viking history buff, so my review may be biased. The museum, to me, unoriginal. It had display cases with old artifacts and some interactive exhibits. To me, it wasn't memorable in comparison to the dozens of other museums I've visited. Most interesting to me was the Grauballe Man, a mummy preserved... More
See the man found in a bog around 2000 years ago. You can also see many advances in agriculture and in people's lives throughout the years. With the Viking Museum worth the money for the whole family.
The grounds of Moesgaard are worth a trip in and of themselves. Seriously gorgeous nature. The museum is also nice; the 7 Vikinger exhibit is wonderful for kids.
Very good to see the diffent time zones of the human life line, in a very well organized way.
The museum has a very interesting exhibition on the period of the Vikings and also often presents other different interesting exhibitions. Is located very very nicely in the old wood and near the sea, also a very nice place to go for a long walk or to picnic.
The Moesgard Museum may be a ways off the beaten path, however, it was worth the drive! The exhibits were (for the most part) available in both English and Danish and there was a great variety of ancient artifacts, temporary exhibitions and activities for people of different age groups. One cool interactive activity was a walkthrough of an exhibit area,... More
Moesgaard Museum is very interesting. Especilly because it holds the body of the grauballe man. It is a naturally preserved human corpse found in a nearby sphagnum bog. The grauballe man was sacrified in the ironage.
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