Welcome to the Open-Air Museum in Maribo
The Open-Air Museum
Dogs are welcome, but must be kept on a lead.
Smoking is prohibited throughout the museum's precincts. Smoking is allowed in the field behind the museum.
Food and Drink:
Tables and benches have been placed in the grounds where your picnic food can be enjoyed. It is also possible to find a pleasant spot in the area where you can spread out your picnic rug.
Coffee, tea, cake, ices and soft drinks can be purchased in the museum shop.
Booking a guide
The Open-Air Museum offers various guided tours when ordered in advance.
- Obtain a short introduction with emphasis on the history of the Open-Air Museum and some information about the old buildings.
- Go in for a longer and more detailed tour where the houses are visited and described and an account is given of the history of the museum.
- Try the traditional village games that are placed round about in the grounds of the museum.
A special school rebate is given for public schools, kindergartens, SFOs (post school time activity), language schools, young peoples' education, continuation schools as well as adult education where attendance is compulsory.
Contact the museum for prices and booking.