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Discovering the Viking king’s landscape

Play and learning in the Vikings’ inlet landscape

Target audience: Kindergarten children 3-6 years
Duration: 1 hour
Max. number of participants per course: 30 children with a minimum of 2 accompanying adults.

Together with our Viking teacher we go exploring the large area of ​​the Viking museum, where we will run and discover traces of the Vikings who were here in the old days. We will go exploring The Ladby King’s burial chamber by the large Viking ship The Ladby Dragon and discover how many kids it takes to move a Viking ship.

The course makes use of the treasure hunt’s tools for playful learning of the interaction between man and nature in the Viking Age. We get a sense of life before ourselves; use the senses in nature; and feel the weather, wind, and water on our bodies.
The course is suited for the children’s first visit to a museum, and both the ability to listen and tell comes into play.

Pedagogical Curriculum Themes:

  • Body, senses, and movement
  • Nature, outdoor life, and science
  • Culture, aesthetics, and community

Price: 550 kr. per course of 1 hour. Free for institutions in Nyborg and Kerteminde municipalities.

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  • Children and adults must be dressed for a day by the water, where we are out to enjoy the fresh air – regardless of the weather forecast and season.
  • The museum’s area offers a 5 hectare grass area with hills and valleys, trees, and scrub, as well as an inlet and waterfront. There is plenty of space under open air for play and fun before or after the course.
  • The area has numerous table and bench sets where packed lunches can be eaten.
  • In the museum shop you can buy ice cream and coffee / tea.


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