The open air museum that brings history to life.
Glud Museum tells the story of the past 350 years of country life in Eastern Jutland. See the beautiful four-winged farmhouse Badensminde,, a 250 year old smithy, Denmark´s oldest peasant´s cottage, dating from 1662 and many other fascinating buildings. Wander through the historic houses, and see the kitchens and sitting rooms where the farmers and their families lived.
The museum is brought vividly to life on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday afternoons from the middle of June to the middle of August, when you can watch glowing hot iron being forged in the smithy, or spinning, weaving, tatting and lace making in the old farmhouse living rooms. You can also see wood being turned and carved in the outhouses of Badensminde, and fishing nets being mended at the old fisherman´s cottage.
1.4 - 31.10: 10-17, Monday closed
25.6 - 12.8: 10-17, Open every day
Adult 40 kr.
Summerperiod 25.6 -12.8: 65 kr.
Children free admission