The Aalborg Historical Museum
At Aalborg Historical Museum, you will find many good experiences for the entire family. The varied permanent exhibition includes a large collection of locally produced silverware and glass, and you can easily bring your children along as there is plenty for them to be entertained with.
Aalborg Historical Museum tells the story about the city of Aalborg and its surroundings during the last 1000 years. A particular attraction is Aalborgstuen (the Aalborg Room) from 1602 - the best preserved piece of Bourgeois Renaissance interior in the country.
You will also, among many others, find an exhibition about the flourishing tobacco factory in Aalborg, and see a wide range of tobacco objects that was sold from C.W. Obel’s tobacco factory; the biggest in the country at the time.
All year around, Aalborg Historical Museum arranges many different activities as for instance guided tours, a book fair, Mill days, beer tasting, activities for children and much more.
Aalborg Historical Museum is one of the stops at the Schnaps Route which goes around Limfjorden.
On Tuesdays, the admission for the museum is free.
During the winter holiday (week 8) and the autumn holiday (week 42), the museum is open every day.
Furthermore, the museum is closed between December 24 and 31.
|02/01/2014 - 31/03/2014||Aalborg||Tuesday - Sunday||10:00 - 16:00|
|01/04/2014 - 23/12/2014||Aalborg||Tuesday - Sunday||10:00 - 17:00|
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City / Area
- number of persons for group pricing (15)
- Aktiv 1
- Hygge 3
- Læring 4
- dogs allowed
- Family with children
Museums, Galleries and crafts
- arts and crafts
- cultural history
- local history
- museum shop
CoordinatesLongtitude : 9.917609
Latitude : 57.048121