Bornholm has a strong tradition of craft artisans, particularly within the fields of glass work and ceramics. You can visit open workshops all over the island and see the artisans in action at places such as Hjorth's Fabrik, Bornholm's Ceramics Museum in Rønne. Throughout history, painters have been fascinated by the extraordinary light on Bornholm. Towards the end of the 19th century, it attracted names like Zartmann, Drachmann and Bornholm-born Michael Ancher. At the beginning of the 20th century, the Bornholm School was founded, featuring artists such as Weie, Rude, Isakson and Høst. You can see their works on display at Bornholm's Art Museum in Rø and there is a museum dedicated solely to Oluf Høst, who was born and raised on Bornholm, in Gudhjem. And if you're looking for history, Bornholm is the place in Denmark where most Bronze Age stone carvings have been found and preserved. You can uncover intriguing images of ships, wheels and humans all over the island and you can learn more about them at the Bornholm Museum in Rønne.