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County Museum Maribo

Journey back in time to learn more about Lolland-Falster’s distant past and its earliest inhabitants.

Come along on an exciting journey back to the Lolland Stone Age! Discover rare and unique finds in a gorgeous and innovative scenography that offers great experiences and immersion. Follow in the footsteps of Lola – a girl from the Stone Age – through 500 years of history: from the last of the hunter-gatherers to the first farmers who lived on the southern coast of Lolland 5,000 years ago.

A small lump of pitch with a big story! The very special thing about this lump is that for the first time, a complete picture of a human’s DNA has been extracted from something other than bones or teeth. It has brought us very close to a Stone Age person: a girl, Lola, who lived on the south coast of Lolland about 5,700 years ago.

Museum Lolland-Falster also has a superb collection of crucifixes from the Middle Ages. See them up close and learn more about medieval religious beliefs in the exhibition ‘OMG’. The crucifixes are very dramatic and depict the suffering of Christ on the cross.

Please note that Museum Lolland-Falster’s exhibition venues offer limited accessibility for people with disabilities.