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Foteviken Museum is an archaeological open air museum that conveys how life might have been in a town during the late Viking Age - early Middle Ages. Aside from traditional exhibitions the museum has a reconstructed Viking town with 23 buildings of...more
a very nice place to visit if you want to know more about the Viking way of living. if you chose well the time you visit this place you can have a lot of activities (included in the price) and all the family will enjoy...More
It’s a replica of a viking village :)
The day we visited it was too hot, the vikings that were there thought so too! Everyone was hiding in the shadows :)
Our kids were too small to really enjoy it, but it’s a great living...More
The physical elements are all there - a recreation based on a variety of archaeological finds throughout the area. The recreations are from a bit after the Viking age, but that is OK. The place is hard to find. Friendly entry - lots to see...More
It's a very impressive museum about vikings and their daily life. Location is great, directly on the beach of Öresund, just a little south of the bridge. It's a historic location where the battle of Foteviken took place.
Cozy houses, interesting movies and displays, very...More
If you want to see Vikings living their lives then this is the place to go. There are numerous examples of viking houses, tents and huts. There are examples of viking life eg bakery, woodworking, glass bead making and forging. There are plenty of people...More
We went with friends mid-winter. The buildings were empty and the facilities closed. Nevertheless just walking round you could really feel the history. The tower was unlocked so we also climbed to the top. It must be an awesome place in the summer but was...More
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 and things to look at and touch. You get a really good...More