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Hedeby Viking Museum (Wikinger Museum Haithabu)
Viking house reconstruction
The Hedeby Viking Museum (Wikinger Museum Haithabu) is a museum near the site of Hedeby, a former medieval city in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany focusing on the Viking Age history of the region. While the region is now in modern Germany, it was once the oldest city in Denmark until it was ceded in 1864. The museum features reconstructions of various Viking Age dwellings, ships, and houses numerous artifacts discovered during the ongoing archaeological research of the area.
Hours: April - October: daily 9am - 5pm. November - March Tuesday - Sunday 10 am - 4pm.
Admission: Adults 6 €, Concessions 3.50 €, Family Card 13 €.
Address: Schloß Gottorf, 24837 Schleswig
Tags: Schelswig, Hedeby, Haithabu, Viking Age
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