Located 3 kilometers south of the town center, this is an imitation Viking pirate village. Even the craftsmen and narrators inside are dressed in old costumes. From May to August, there are many activities here, such as woodworking and archery, and there are also many horse races.
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.
This shows the real life of the Vikings-the Ribe Pirate Center just happened to happen, and there was a big Viking festival, a week-long event. Regardless of men, women, young or old, they all put on Viking costumes, and replaced some of the daily necessities with previous utensils. They should also be showing their traditional culture and customs with foreign tourists. I think it's just a very good way to protect civilization. In addition to clothing and supplies, they also raised sheep and horses, as well as some poultry. Outside there are various layout displays of urban life during the handicraft industry. There are carpenters who are making furniture, and there are craftsmen who are grinding iron tools, and they can feel the fireworks of the Viking period when they shuttle between them. They not only display, but also sell some handmade products. The workmanship may be a little rougher than the outside ones, but the price is very close to the people. We also bought a set of tableware as a souvenir, the price is not expensive, and we gave us a discount. Recommended reason There are not many tourist attractions of this style. It is very experience to play in it. Everyone wears old clothes, and there will be many horse racing, archery competitions and various activities. It was a good choice to feel the brave pirate atmosphere in the past.
A place to challenge your visual senses——The Ribe Pirate Center today took my family to a parent-child tour. I chose this special place to play together. To put it bluntly, it is a place suitable for all ages. Let’s take a look. See. [Very interesting place] Our adults spent 90 DKK and children's half-ticket 45, and entered the Ribe Pirate Center. After entering, it seemed as if we had passed through, as if we had passed through the era of Viking pirates! The staff inside are very powerful, they are all wearing the ancient felt clothes that make people feel very substitious. The carpenter's door is grinding knives at the door, and the buildings are all ancient thatched huts. Sheep, horse! Especially close to the ancient feeling! The whole center is very big, there are big grasslands and all kinds of "pirates" children are especially interested in. What makes me most interesting is that the cooking inside is super primitive, and they are all placed directly on the stone pot with a fire. ! We also rented that kind of felt clothes, wearing a hat, it feels a little bit more, there are so many items in it, one item costs about 25DKK, there are archery skills, horse racing and eagle tour performances, they are all very beautiful! Our children pretend to be fighters and learn martial arts there. It is really interesting! And there is a very large pasture inside, I really feel a sense of self-sufficiency in ancient times! There are also many children's facilities here, which is quite suitable for a family to experience! Address: Ribe Vikinge Center, Ribe, Denmark Opening hours: 30.04.-01.05: 10:00-15:30; February 5: 10:00-20:00; March 5th-April 5th: 10:00- 15:30; May 5: 10:00-17:00; June 5: 10:00-16:00
Visit the imitation Viking Village and experience the fierce Vikings. There are many activities here, such as woodworking and archery!