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The Botanical Gardens

The Botanical Gardens are in the Old Town in Aarthus, right next to the Open Air Museum, which I... read more

Reviewed 9 September 2017
ld42015
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Toronto, Canada
no joyrides, but lots to see

The old town is a recreation of 18th through 20th century Danish urban areas. Walk into the... read more

Reviewed 30 July 2016
andreas b
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Copenhagen, Denmark
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9 Sep 2017
“The Botanical Gardens”
16 Aug 2016
“Walking history”
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Reviewed 9 September 2017

The Botanical Gardens are in the Old Town in Aarthus, right next to the Open Air Museum, which I did not go through. The gardens, and the whole little town was a lovely walk and very serene. They have a nice, smaller, free, informative, not...More

Thank ld42015
Reviewed 16 August 2016

Three parts with different time periods. I thought the oldest was best, kids thought the 1980's was. Who knew you could time lock a time. They move old buildings and you can tour each one set up as it would have been. Lots of stairs....More

Thank familytimes2012
Reviewed 30 July 2016 via mobile

The old town is a recreation of 18th through 20th century Danish urban areas. Walk into the workshop of a craftsman or a small shop as it would have looked 200 years ago. By cakes from a shop that looks 100 years old or so...More

Thank andreas b
Reviewed 7 February 2016

This place is a must. You can walk through centuries of danish history recreated to the detail. The village is made from buildings that were brought from other places, stone by stone and then put together in this amazing museum town.

Thank Alejandro G
Reviewed 24 September 2015

The place is a so-called open air museum with activities outside as well as inside historical buildings. What impresses me mostly is the fact that the buildings are from other places in Denmark, taken down stone by stone and all marked with numbers, then freighted...More

Thank Michael Friis J
Reviewed 13 September 2015

The old town museum of Aarhus is a not to miss experience while in the area. We spent 3 hours wandering around and this was still not enough time to visit all of the houses. The price is also reasonable around £12, and if you...More

Thank TinaCambridge
Reviewed 16 August 2015

Such a beautiful and peaceful place. You get a fantastic impression of how life used to be and the houses are original and very well taken care of. A must-visit when you go to Denmark! <3

Thank jane v
Reviewed 30 June 2015

After a bit of a walk form the ship, follow the river this guide told us. So we did and then we saw the sign, very well marked. Next step make it there before the tour bus. Very reasonable fee for entry. Village very authentic...More

Thank Jean A
Reviewed 11 May 2015 via mobile

Very Nice open air museum in the middle of a modern city. It`s a travel through several century`s. Nice with kids from all ages

Thank Ricardo K
Reviewed 6 May 2015

The most impressive attraction of Aarhus, constantly growing and improving. Right next to the botanical garden, cannot be missed!

Thank Marina O
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