The old skipper farm has been in the same family for 10 generations since 1673. ”Beyergårdens Venner (Friends)” keep the farm open and tell about the farm life as it was. 

The last owner, Rasmus Beyer, often stood in the gate and welcomed guests inside where he very enthusiastic would show people around. Now Rasmus is gone, but “Beyergården Venner”, a group of volunteers has undertaken to carry on the tradition. They keep the farm open and tell about the old farm.

The interior of the living rooms tells about the everyday life of generations of Beyer people.

In the west wing you will find a room for contemplation. Video clips tells the story about Beyergården seen from the perspective of relatives and acquaintances. Through literature and pictures it is possible to learn more about rural life.

During the summer you can experience concerts in the old farmhouse.

Adults: DKK 30,-
Children: DKK 15,-

About Samsø Museum

Samsø Museum tell’s about the relationship between man and nature, about society’s cultural impact on nature for thousands of years. A traditional museum is bounded by walls and filled with things from the past. Samsø Museum is rather a common name for a variety of activities that get you to see and understand the connection between Samsø’s landscape, culture and people of the past, present and future.

In the center of Tranebjerg in the old Dairy, visit the Welcome Centre – the heart of Samsø Museum. Here visitors get a cultural introduction to the island, information aboutSamsø Museum’s many attractions, activities and events, and is inspired to seek out the story in the landscape.

Opening hours

18/06/2018 - 12/09/2018 Monday, Wednesday 14:00 - 16:00

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Samsø Erhvervs- og Turistcenter



Mårup Hovedgade 22
8305 Samsø


+45 86592150


  • Subjects of the collections

    • Cultural history
  • Type

    • Historical museum



Longitude : 10.566717199
Latitude : 55.9459098