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A piece of Danish maritime history

This old wooden navy ship is a truly interesting place to visit. The experienced tour guides take... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
markusmads
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Copenhagen, Denmark
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This place is one of the main attractions in Ebeltoft. It has a beautiful wooden boat. The gift... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
HellyWelly93
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Kingston-upon-Hull, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 14 March 2017

Fregatten Jylland is impressive and you can see it all, even the cannons. At the moment you can also see the light boats from the opening of the culturecapital festival in Aarhus, they are very beautiful.

Thank Pia Lykke F
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Reviewed 5 November 2016

I love boats. I love tall ships. My wife and family.... ehhh, maybe not so much. My opinion is that this is a great stop to visit whilst at the sea. If you are expecting a "magnificent show" or a lot of pomp and circumstance, you will be disappointed. Hours are quirky, so confirm before making plans to visit.

Thank Al T
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Reviewed 19 September 2016 via mobile

If anything positive for Denmark came out of the Second War of Schleswig in 1864, it was the succesful naval action against the Austrian-Prussian fleet in the Battle of Heligoland on 9 May 1864. After some 10 years of restoration of the frigate Jutland, billed as the world' longest wooden ship, visitors to the quaint seaside town of Ebeltoft can experience the frigate "in action" in the During the Second War of Schleswig in 1864, she participated in the naval action against the Austrian-Prussian fleet in the Battle of Heligoland on 9 May 1864. The warship, together with the interactive Time Machine in its adjacent museum, answer many questions a youngster might ask, for example:
* what was it like to be an ordinary seaman, an officer, or the commanding officer onboard the Jutland?
* who were the heroes of the battle, and what became of them?
* what was it like in the midst of the battle? What if someone was wounded?
* were the ship's cannons really used in the battle?
* what does the ship's steam engine look like? The propellors? The ship's anchors?
* can someone help me climb up the ship's rigging?
* how can I find and open the dead man's chest?
All this and much more sights, sounds and smells greet the lucky one whom visits this unique exhibition.

Thank Don B
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Reviewed 13 September 2016

By the harbour, in nice and quiet Ebeltoft, you will find the world's longest wooden ship, "Fregatten Jylland". It is very well preserved, and you are able to enter it, to discover all features on all decks. The location is beautiful, and has a couple of nice, affordable restaurants.

Thank Espen T
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Reviewed 26 July 2016

Fregatten Jylaand is a museum build in an old wooden warship.
The ship is fantastic preserved and So you feel like you are stepping centuries back in time when you Walk around the ship and see how Kings, Captains and the sailors lived and fought on and old warship.
If you dare the have climbing equipment and tours, so you can climb the masts to the top like a real sailer.. In the museum the have have inactive battle. Where the kids can load and fire old canons like in a real sea battle......we couldn't get the kids out of there
It is also possible to take a sail tour in a smaller old wooden boat (extra costs).

Thank Jan S
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