Moesgård Museum

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The museum, covering Danish prehistory, from the Stone Age to Viking times, has moved to a new home that gives the impression of being half buried beneath a planted sloping roof - a building designed by architect Henning Larsen. You can see the Graubelle Man, who was found in a peat bog near the village of Graubelle, and presumed to have been a human sacrifice to a pagan god. A prehistoric path outside leads to reconstructions of homes from different periods.

Useful information

Adresse : 

Moesgård Alle 20

Phone:

+45 87 16 10 16

Opening hours

[closed for renovation until Autumn 2014]

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