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Exhibition at Kaj Munks Præstegård

Kaj Munk's life and especially the fateful events of 4 January 1944 are highlighted in the exhibition "What happened?", which you can experience at Kaj Munks Præstegård

On the 22nd of June, Ringkøbing Fjord Museer opens the doors to a new exhibition at Kaj Munks Præstegård. The exhibition "What happened?" takes you through Kaj Munk's life via sound and living wallpaper, with a special focus on the 4th of January 1944, when he was picked up by Nazi henchmen and liquidated.

The exhibition starts in Kaj Munk's childhood on Lolland and then takes you room by room through his life, giving you an insight into all the many facets that made up Kaj Munk's life. Visitors will also gain an in-depth and moving insight into the events in the vicarage in Vedersø on the 4th of January 1944, as the exhibition is based on the evening that changed everything for the Munk family and takes visitors into the living room of the family when Kaj Munk's killers knock on the door.

This exhibition replaces the vicarage's previous exhibition about Kaj Munk and is located in newly renovated rooms in the vicarage's farmhouse. The exhibition features a number of digital elements, including images and silhouettes that come to life on the walls of the vicarage, with a narrator following the visitor from room to room, helping to shape the experience.

The exhibition can be experienced on all opening days of the museum
June: Thursday - Sunday and public holidays 11-16
July - August: every day 11-16.30
ATTENTION. Please note that the exhibition can be visited on more dates than listed below. See the museum's current opening hours above or at www.kajmunkspraestegaard.dk

Price: Adults: DKK 75. Children and young people 0-17 have free admission.