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Wikinger Museum Haithabu

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  • Anette

    Here, at the narrow point between the Schlei branch of the Baltic Sea and the North Sea, the important Viking sea trading center Haithabu flourished between the 8th and 11th centuries. The exhibition house impressively tells the story of this time with replicas and archaeological finds. Seven Viking houses were also reconstructed on the site, in which mediaeval life is shown very vividly.

    The museum is currently open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (deviations are possible on public holidays) and the prices vary from 3 (children) to 9 euros (adults). In the Haithabu Café you can strengthen yourself afterwards and let the impressions have a lasting effect. The café is open Wednesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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    • August 11, 2021

  • Andy

    A Viking house from Haithabu was displayed true to size in the outdoor area of Museum Moesgård (Denmark) according to the excavation results from 1968 in Haithabu near Schleswig in Schleswig-Holstein. In Moesgård in Denmark and other open-air museums, log and pit houses from the Viking Age (800-1050 AD) are also on display.
    Source: Wikipedia

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    • April 17, 2021

  • Andy

    The Viking Museum Haithabu is one of the most important archaeological museums in Germany. On the outskirts of the former trading metropolis of the Vikings, spectacular archaeological finds are presented in a modern exhibition hall and placed in the historical context of the time around 1000 years ago. Original finds, models and modern media bring the everyday life of the residents to life in the museum.

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    • April 17, 2021

  • eyekon

    Very nice location, great nature and refreshments at Odin.

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    • November 17, 2019

  • KiWaWa

    At that time we decided against a Besch there. The pictures of the museum did not give the impression of our group with children as if it was the right one for us. Unfortunately, a little too late, we learned a bit further along the way from the replica Viking village, or that there is always a kind of Viking market there. Then the huts are filled with appropriate "actors" and you can experience the life in such a Viking village at that time almost ahutnah. That would probably have been something for our kids.

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    • November 19, 2019

  • HE-MAN

    The cafe is recommended. In the outside area you sit very nicely with a view of the lake.

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    • February 22, 2021

  • Manuela

    A great and somewhat mystical place. The Viking houses belong to the Haithabu Museum.

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    • July 6, 2021

  • Manuela

    A very interesting museum, there is also a lot of interesting things to discover in the area around the museum.

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    • July 6, 2021

  • Manuela

    A very interesting museum. The walk around the museum is also very nice.

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    • July 6, 2021

  • Nordlichtdeern ⚓️

    Connected to the Viking houses in the vicinity, it is a must to get more insights into the life of the Vikings on the Schlei. Then a piece of cake in the café with a view of the Noor.

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    • July 9, 2021

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    • August 30, 2019

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Location: Busdorf, Schleswig-Flensburg, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany

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