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Silkeborg museum is a lovely building in itself but the exhibitions are well worth visiting for all ages, including children. The Tollund man is fascinating to see - there is nothing else quite like him down to the stubble on his chin! I have been...More
If you are interested in prehistory and the mysterious "bog bodies", naturally mummified corpses of human sacrifices found from Danish bogs, Silkeborg museum has one of the most famous of all, the Tollund man.
The museum walks you through the history of Silkeborg from prehistory...More
Well worth a visit if you like to learn about the danish history. The main exhibition is of the Iron Age - and the importance of the bog for the people of this time. The Tollund man is on display - with the impressive age...More
This museum contains the famous Tollund Man - a naturally mummified corpse of a man who lived during the 4th century BC, during the period characterised in Scandinavia as the Pre-Roman Iron Age. He was found in 1950 on the Jutland Peninsula in Denmark, buried...More
i don't remember a lot about the 24 days the the 30+ tours on this trip but i do remember this bizarre story about the body of the TOLLUND man found in the 1950s. very interesting artifacts located at this nice little museum off the...More
This is a very small local museum where the main exhibit is the Tollund man. It probably isn't worth a special trip but we called in for a quick visit as part of a general drive around the pretty lake area nearby. We went in...More