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Top Things to do In Herning 2021



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Danmarks Fotomuseum

Danmarks Fotomuseum

4/51 Reviews
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Open on Tue-Sun,12:00am-4:30pm (Local time)
"If you are particularly interested, go to the history of welfare and provide reading materials on your own site. The good thing is that it is free, and it is free on Sundays."

KoldinghusNearby City

4.5/511 Reviews
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Open from 10:00am-5:00pm (Local time)
"Kolding Castle is a very good historical building. The castle has a history of hundreds of years. You can see a lot of beautiful historical artworks here. The inside of the castle can be visited and the ticket price is not expensive. ."
LEGO House

LEGO HouseNearby City

4/52 Reviews
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"From the Lego Creative Center in Shanghai to Legoland in Malaysia, and this time to Legoland in Bullund, we can see the degree of children's fascination with Lego. Entered the day of falling into the rice tank..."
Carl Henning Pedersen Og Else Alfelts Museum

Carl Henning Pedersen Og Else Alfelts Museum

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TrapholtmuseetNearby City

4.4/57 Reviews
Open from 10:00am-5:00pm (Local time)
"It is also a very modern furniture exhibition guardian. At the top of a hill, the modern decoration is very attractive to young people. A lot of modern furniture is collected. Many of the designs are very novel and creative. There are also many long-term exhibition departments. Oh."

ARoSNearby City

4.7/524 Reviews
Aarhus Top 1 in Must-Visit Museums
"The Aarhus Art Museum is the most famous building in the city. It covers a very large area and contains many art treasures from ancient times to the present. Both locals and tourists like to come very much. This has become one of the attractions of Aarhus Bishop. Don't miss it."
Museum Ribes Vikings

Museum Ribes VikingsNearby City

4.5/53 Reviews
Open from 1/1-3/31,Tue-Sun,10:00am-4:00pm;Open from 11/1-12/31,Tue-Sun,10:00am-4:00pm;Closed from 1/1-3/31,Mon;Closed from 11/1-12/31,Mon;Open from 4/1-6/30,10:00am-4:00pm;Open from 7/1-8/31,10:00am-6:00pm;Open from 9/1-10/31,10:00am-4:00pm (Local time)
"This is a very valuable museum, just opposite the railway station; it has archaeological artifacts from the Ribe Viking period, including a transformed market and distinctive Viking ships."
Den Gamle By

Den Gamle ByNearby City

4.9/516 Reviews
Aarhus Top 4 in Must-Visit Museums
Open from 10:00am-5:00pm (Local time)
"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 Women's Museum

The Women's MuseumNearby City

4.5/510 Reviews
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Aarhus Top 2 in Must-Visit Museums
"The Women's Museum in Aarhus is a professional museum dedicated to displaying feminine products. In addition to the display of different places between women and men, there are also many introductions of women's products, including some dolls, and many other items. The products are still very rich and worth visiting."
Ribe Vikinge Center

Ribe Vikinge CenterNearby City

4.3/55 Reviews
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"2017.4.29 It happened to meet the Vikings for a week-long festival. From children to adults, they all wore Vikings clothes, and the living utensils were used in the same year. Sheep, horses, and poultry are raised, and handicrafts such as weaving are also demonstrated in the dark house. Blacksmiths, carpenters, and swordsmen outside are all present, which is very lifelike. Many stalls, shuttle among them, feel the fireworks of the Viking era. Felt products, leather goods, and ironware should all be their characteristics, as well as this kind of tableware made of Finnish wood. I have seen it in Finland. The Finnish side is polished more finely. A cup costs more than forty euros. Polished here. It has to be rougher and the price is much lower. I didn’t want to buy a good one if I had seen it. However, I had never seen this bowl and spoon in Finland, so I bought a set for fun. Three spoons + a set of bowls, opened 320 krona, voluntarily discounted to 300, but I only had 273 cash, and he agreed. The whole is still very kind." is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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