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The St George Shipwreck Museum tells the story of the dramatic shipwrecks off the coast of West Jutland and the people’s encounters with seamen from all over the world. Severe storms, mist and sea fog, unpredictable ocean currents, changeable depths...more
The shear size of the the St. George is brought to life by its rudder 4 floors tall hanging in a tower of this brilliant new museum. Architecturally a pearl that allows you underwater as well as high above it to watch the waves of...More
This was really a great experience for small and big. Nothing compared to the old musuem. You can even go up to the tower and enjoy the very nice view..... Best if you can take loads of time - nice playgrounds in and outside. Good...More
Never been to the museum before but had heard that it had been remodelled and worthwhile seeing.
We were not disappointed. Indeed we think that the presentation was quite appropriate; not too much information nor too little. And well done with many interesting exhibits.
The reck is named Sct Georg - an old english warship found by divers from Delfinen - a divingclub in Holstebro, Denmark. When found, diver Gert Norman made it possible to get the wreck out of the water.