Local students jokingly call it the Muskete Museum, the terminal of bus No. 18, and the transportation is very convenient. The design of the museum is very distinctive, especially in the live experience session, the exhibits are vivid and somewhat terrifying.
Here shows the process of human development so far, a great exhibition. Many things here are breathtaking. Fortunately, the museum has set up a "pause room" to let your mind rest. You can spend a few hours or even a day here.
The Moesgaard Museum has been replaced by a new museum, so I still have to take the 18th bus from the city center. The inside is very nice, with stone Viking era artifacts. The surrounding environment is very good, suitable for walking and fitness
Located 5 kilometers south of the city center, there is a beautiful beech forest and a path through the woods to the beach. Here you can visit well-preserved historical exhibits from the Stone Age to the Viking era. Among the most amazing exhibits is the 2000-year-old Grauballe male body with life-like facial expressions and hairstyles.
This is one of the most interesting museums I find. I spent almost two hours in this museum, but I feel that there is not enough time. It would be a very interesting day if I could spend a day slowly exploring the origins of archaeology and humans. Many parents bring their children, and it is very comfortable to bask in the sun on the roof lawn. Then there is a small forest nearby, I also saw two deer, very lucky! Great museum, one of the must-see attractions in Aarhus.
The characteristic trapezoidal building, I was pleasantly surprised to find an exhibition area of Xi'an Terracotta Warriors and Horses. The most precious exhibit in the whole museum is a very old corpse with well-preserved hair.