The Prince of Ishøj

Photo: Ishøj Turistbureau
Attractions
Museums
Address

Tranegilde Bygade 4

2635 Ishøj

Contact

Email:kontakt@kroppedal.dk

Phone:43303000

In the fall of 2007, the Kroppedal Museum made an archaeological excavation on the outskirts of Torslunde Village in Ishøj Municipality. What at the beginning of the excavation was a football field, would soon prove to conceal the grave of a rich prince from the Roman Iron Age - around the year 250 AD.

Now Bredekærgård exhibits the remains of the prince from the Roman Iron Age on Bredekærgård and tell the story of his life. A life that was surrounded by Roman luxury goods but ended with a violent death on the battlefield.

Address

Tranegilde Bygade 4

2635 Ishøj

Facilities

Service Dogs allowed

Packed lunch permitted

Coach park

Archaeology

Iron Age

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