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The new Moesgaard Museum MOMU offers visitors a cultural-historical experience of international format with archeological and ethnographic exhibitions. In addition, temporary exhibitions display the World's most outstanding cultural heritage. At...more
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Three hours and I only took in about 20% of the exhibits. It is huge, but absorbing. The Grauballe “Bogman” story and artifacts alone are worth the entry fee.
The cafe fare was superb quality and at a value unusual for us Brits in...More
Fantastic museum. Easy to get to from town on the number 18 bus, make sure you have change if paying on the bus as its coins only. The museum is the last stop so don't worry about where to get off. There is a good...More
The location is spectacular. The staff are full of knowledge, and the various exhibitions plentyful and detailed.
The cafe offers a good selection of healthy foods and also sweets. The coffee is good, ask for a prewarmed cup though, the cups are thick and cold,...More
Keeping aside art museums, this is probably the best museum I have been to. They have used technology so well - it really provides an immersive experience.
We went there just as it opened and were there till it closed. If you like history -...More
Amazing typically Scandinavian designed building, with a sloping grasses roof and sheer concrete. Number 18 bus from outside the side of the city hall takes 25 mins. Genghis Khan exhibition is amazing, listen to the backstory through the head phones in the centre. Other exhibitions...More
I have been to many museums but this one is really unique. I admire the way the visitor is thrown into different places, times and moods. The setting and music are very impressive and sensitive to the topics like death and violence at the same...More
Just go, anyway this is a small town and there isn't much to do. So ..going to this museum will help kill time. The museum is divided into few floors but some floors are closed if there is no art exhibition. Cafe is a little...More
We went as a small group and had a great time. TripAdvisor suggests 3 or more hours and we spent just over 3 hours. I believe I could have spent 5 hours as I would have enjoyed going back through the Mongolia room. I thoroughly...More
Moesgaard Museumsshop currently sell one type of viking shield at the price of DKK 135. Unfortunately, I do not have a photo of it, but if you visit our museum during your stay, you can see it in the... More
Moesgaard Museumsshop currently sell one type of viking shield at the price of DKK 135. Unfortunately, I do not have a photo of it, but if you visit our museum during your stay, you can see it in the shop.
Alternatively, there is a shop in Aarhus called Dragons Lair - they feature a lot of different costumes and adventure/fantasy gadgets. They might have a shield like the one you are looking for.
Hope you find one and enjoy your stay in Aarhus :)
Lene, Moesgaard Museum
City bus 18 Mejlby/Elev – Moesgård goes to Moesgaard Museum from Downtown Aarhus (from Park Allé near the city hall and the train station) three- four times per hour on weekdays,and twice an hour on the... More
City bus 18 Mejlby/Elev – Moesgård goes to Moesgaard Museum from Downtown Aarhus (from Park Allé near the city hall and the train station) three- four times per hour on weekdays,and twice an hour on the weekend. The trip takes appr. 24 minutes and you need a ticket for two zones (cash only on bus - adult: 20 DKR, child: 10 DKR. 1-2 children under 12 yr are free when accompanied by an 1 adult). Regional bus no. 100 leaves from the city library or the train station and stops near the museum. Exit the bus on Oddervej/Moesgård Allé and walk about one kilometer on beautiful Moesgård Allé to the museum.