Besøg Vikingemuseet Ladby

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Step into the Ladby Ship burial mound, take in the breathtaking fjord landscape and see the unique finds from the Viking Age in the exhibition building.

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Opening Hours

Week 40

Monday

21. September
Closed today

Tuesday

22. September
10.00 - 16.00

Wednesday

23. September
10.00 - 16.00

Thursday

24. September
10.00 - 16.00

Friday

25. September
10.00 - 16.00

Saturday

26. September
10.00 - 16.00

Sunday

27. September
10.00 - 16.00

Prices

 

Adults                                                                            

DKK 80

Students                                                  

DKK 60

Children and young people under the age of 18 years                                      

Free

Groups (minimum 10 persons)                                                   

DKK 70 (per person)

Evenings (after normal opening hours)                     

DKK 1200 + entrance ticket

Dogs are not allowed in the museum grounds. Guide- and service dogs excepted.

Find the Viking Museum Ladby

The Viking Museum Ladby is located 5 km south of Kerteminde on the shore of Kerteminde Fjord. There is disabled parking and a turning area for coaches right by the museum entrance.

Below, you can see a map and information about public transport and bicycle hire.

By train and bus

You can take the train to Odense or Nyborg. Afterwards you should take bus to Kerteminde.  In Kerteminde you can find bus 482 (Kerteminde - Kølstrup - Rynkeby), which drives to Ladby. Then there is only 10 minuts walk to the museum.

Train (DSB)
Bus (Fynbus)
Bus 482 (plan)

Telebus

In Kerteminde and Nyborg municipality there is a telebus system, which can also be used. However, the Teletaxi (tel: 63112255) must be ordered two hours before the pickup. Read more here: TELETAXI

Rent Bicycles

Bicycles can be rentet at the tourist office Visit Kerteminde. The office is situated just next to the bus station.

Bring your children and enjoy an unforgettable experience.

The museum is surrounded by horses, dogs and a dragon, all designed for climbing and swinging on. It is advisable to wear sensible clothes for your visit, if you want to make the most of the museum’s location on the shore of the fjord.

Check the calendar for current exhibitions and events – many of them are aimed at, or relevant to children and young people.

Visit our museum and join a guided tour

The Viking Museum Ladby offers guided tours of the mound and its unique Viking ship grave and the exhibition building, where many finds from the excavation are on display. You can also book a special guided tour of the Ladby Tapestry and the Ladby Dragon.

See guided tours below

An active, energetic centre for interpretation & public engagement

Get more out of your visit to the Viking Museum Ladby with a private guided tour.

  • Guided tour of the museum (1 hour, max. 25 persons): DKK 550.
  • Talk about the Ladby Tapestry (1 hour, max. 25 persons): DKK 550.
  • Extra module: the Ladby Dragon or the Ladby Tapestry (30 mins.): DKK 275.
    (only in the context of guided tours)
  • Late opening (after normal opening hours): DKK 1,200 + regular admission

To book a guided tour, call (+45) 65 32 16 67 or email us at [email protected]

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Food and drink

You can buy hot and cold drinks, cake and ice cream for consumption outside. There are tables and benches in front of the museum and in the green area by the mound with a view of Kerteminde Fjord.

 

You are also welcome to bring a packed lunch.

Accessibility

Both the museum building and the Viking ship burial mound are disability-friendly with ramps and without doorsteps. The museum building also has a lift.

 

The route from the car park in front of the museum building to the museum building itself, and the route from the latter to the mound can be a challenge because of the gravel and the dirt path, which, it goes without saying, is not 100% flat.

In the basement of the museum building there is a toilet, which is suitable for people with disabilities. The basement is easily accessible with the lift.

Guests with disabilities can also bring a companion free of charge if he/she is in possession of a companion card. Guide dogs are also welcome.

The museum has a wheelchair that can be borrowed.