History Comes Alive
In the exhibition halls of the Lindholm Høje Museum, the history of the area comes alive. Accounts of the inhabitants’ life conditions in the past are told in a way that lights up your imagination. In order to properly set the scene, the story of the birth of the Danish Kingdom and state are told, as well as tales about the Danes’ trade and cultural connections.
With a background in the recovered findings, you will be introduced to the viking life through magnificent reconstructions, panoramas, illustrations and 3D animations. Experience how the inhabitants of Lindholm kept cattle, cultivated the fields, built and decorated their houses, cooked, wove and traded.
The Great Fire
One of the many stories told at the Lindholm Høje Museum is that of the mysterious and tragic fire, that struck a farm near Nørre Tranders more than 2000 years ago. Together, archaeologists, fire technicians and forensics have taken on the task of uncovering whether the fire was an accident or arson. Read more about the big fire at Lindholm Høje.