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Good for kids? It was great fun for us adults too!
We were there during their "Plague" weekend. We were dressed aproppiately in our Middel Ages inspired-attire. I really recommend leaving your jeans and sneakers at home. You'll feel even more dragged into it, and...More
The main concept is a series of houses dedicated to a craft or a type of dwelling typical of the period. The restaurant at the entrance has no forks - only knives and wooden spoons. The fare is similarly based on the menu of the...More
The Middelaldercenter / Middle Ages Center is very realistic. Its a "town" called Sundkøbing where there is a small Middle Ages settlement or city as you may put it. Everything has been reconstructed and is homemade. Even the nails they use has been hammered by...More
We visited here on a lovely summer's day. There was lots to see and do. Our 9 year old loved the science park and watching the trebuchets being launched into the sea. We, the grown ups loved the middle ages village where you could see...More
After having spent some five minutes feeling a little like two adults who had just entered a park primarily for children, we thoroughly enjoyed the rest of the day. The centre is beautifully situated, the buildings and interiors are incredibly interesting, the gardens and surroundings...More
I expected quite a lot from Middelaldercentret, but it did not entirely live up to my expectations. It is ok, good to visit for kids, but a bit small. The town part was nice, but it was not very big. I would not travel to...More
We went on a sunny spring day and it was glorious. The buildings are well-made and interesting. Lots of volunteers make it an interesting place to visit. The firing of the Trebuchets is quite a show and exciting for the kids. Unfortunately, the knights are...More