The open-air museum in Aarhus is a museum here that reflects the style of this ancient town more than 100 years ago. The buildings here are all old buildings of the year. The architectural decorations are preserved at the time and have a sense of age. The visit seems to have passed back more than 100 years ago. It is really interesting.
The "Old Town" of Aarhus, built in 1914, is the world's first open-air museum to showcase the architectural culture of the city: a collection of 75 ancient half-timbered houses from all over Denmark, built in different historical periods, Old houses representing different architectural styles have been carefully selected and moved here on the basis of maintaining their original appearance. The charming open-air museum is a great place to learn about the life style of the Nordic people in the past.
Aarhus, the open-air museum is a reserved area that showcases the ancient local houses and living habits. Most of the buildings here have a history of hundreds of years, with obvious characteristics of Central Europe. There are many houses here to show the life scenes of the residents at that time, and I feel a sense of trance through time.
Super powerful oh, the architecture is very fresh, nice dress, beautiful.
The Open Air Museum is also known as the Old City Museum. It mainly reflects the life and production situation here from the 1950s to the 90s through dozens of old houses in the Old City of Aarhus, as well as internal decorations and wax figures of figures. This is an important place to understand the rise of the Danish economy and the changes in people's thinking.
This retro museum is based on the theme of retro. Every staff inside is dressed in retro clothes, giving people a sense of shuttle and space of the times. Although the theme is retro, it gives people a very fresh feeling, because there are some buildings with a sense of time, such as some windmills, and the wall tiles of those buildings have traces of time.
Slightly too expensive. The people working inside as characters do have a certain charm, but it is really worthy it only when the place is fully open
Worth doing if you are in Aarhus. This place is out by the Botanical Gardens. Nice walk from the centre, It is really a historical village. Beautifully set up, a bit limited in Covid times, but...
Make no mistake the old buildings are a very, very important part of our heritage. I thought about the words something old and something new and something borrowed and something blue as I thought abou...
Beautiful memories from my childhood years 1971-1980. People with beautiful souls in modest houses! What times!
Enjoyed walking through this old town.Each building is different and was used for different purposes.I particularly liked the water mill and the little pond. Allow 3hrs.