The Viking Museum

Aarhus, Denmark
26 reviews
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  • Sankt Clemens Torv 6, 8000 Aarhus C, Denmark
  • Opening hours
    Monday10:15 - 16:00Tuesday10:15 - 16:00Wednesday10:15 - 16:00Thursday10:15 - 17:00Friday10:15 - 16:00
  • 87 39 40 00
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  • 5K T

    Nice little free museum that provides an insight into the Viking artefacts & houses that were situated here hundreds of years ago.

  • 4CrémeEtSakura

    Nice Museum, but a bit small. It's just one room but a lot of information and interesting facts. I recommend it to everyone for a quick visit.

  • 5Michael Pedersen

    The museum is free to enter, and sits as a branch of MOMU (Moesgaard Museum) which lies on the southern end of the city. Both of the places are a great recommendation for anyone interested in Danish history further back than the 1700s. Sadly, only the museum branch in this basement is free to enter. It's a nice visit if you have the time and interest, that's for sure.

  • 4Caley Calester

    Low key entrance belies the genuine sense of history created below as you imagine the way people lived in that very spot over 900 years ago. Worth a visit (it's free too!)

  • 3kentekent

    Far to small to give much insight into the vikings lives. Interesting stuff though.

  • 5Kari K.

    Nice and compact museum with free entrance. Full tour is done in hour so is not too exhausting.

  • 5Jan Zoetekouw

    Although it's a very small museum, it has some nice displays. And as it's free why not pay a visit!

  • 4Tùng NTB

    Small, cozy and just enough to educate you about the Vikings. And it's free!

  • 4Captain Spectacular

    Good thing come in small packages?

  • 3Lea Foged

    Small exhibit of Viking Age Aarhus. Informative and well made. And since it's free it's great for families who might not have time to visit Moesgaard Museum on a day trip.

  • 4Mac Rusek

    Good but only couple buildings. Don't miss the ring couple hundred meters away.

  • 4Mac Rusek

    Good but only couple buildings. Don't miss the ring couple hundred meters away.

  • 4Torben Brandi Nielsen

    Fri adgang. Flot fortælling, bl.a. årstallene på trappen for byens højde.

  • 5Henrik Stidsen

    The story of early Århus, told with replicas, real artifacts, pictures and illustrations. Very interesting but not a place you spend a long time.

  • 5Henrik Stidsen

    The story of early Århus, told with replicas, real artifacts, pictures and illustrations. Very interesting but not a place you spend a long time.

  • 3Anders Fischer

    The most exciting feature of this museum is its location at the actual site of the excavation. The museum gives a really good impression of how the city of Aarhus looked like in the Viking era. However, the nearby museum of Moesgaard gives a more complete picture of Denmark in ancient times.

  • 3Anders Fischer

    The most exciting feature of this museum is its location at the actual site of the excavation. The museum gives a really good impression of how the city of Aarhus looked like in the Viking era. However, the nearby museum of Moesgaard gives a more complete picture of Denmark in ancient times.

  • 3Ryosuke Minami

    More like a small exhibit rather than a full museum, but it’s free to go inside and has interesting information about the history of vikings and how they lived. The entrance can be hard to find since it’s in the basement of a regular building.

  • 3Ryosuke Minami

    More like a small exhibit rather than a full museum, but it’s free to go inside and has interesting information about the history of vikings and how they lived. The entrance can be hard to find since it’s in the basement of a regular building.

  • Ryosuke Minami

    More like a small exhibit rather than a full museum, but it’s free to go inside and has interesting information about the history of vikings and how they lived.

  • Kristina Pašukevičiūtė

    This small museum will take less than an hour of your time and gives you a nice insight about what this place used to be many years ago.

  • 4Nikolaj Johannes Skole Jensen

    Quite interesting and nice little museum

  • 4Nikolaj Johannes Skole Jensen

    Quite interesting and nice little museum

  • 3Adam Odgaard

    Nothing special but it is free so check it out anyways.

  • Avto Koridze

    Small museum. Entrance is free and you can walk around yourself, visual effects and boards will provide good background information on viking life. Open weekdays 10:00-17:00, closed on weekends

  • 5Jonas R.

    Dieses kleine Museum ist definitiv einen Besuch Wert. Zudem ist es gratis - man kann also nichts verlieren. Der Eingang ist ein wenig Versteckt, gleich...

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