The Open-Air Museum is located in scenic surroundings, near woods, a meadow and the Maribo Lakes. On the meadow, sheep graze, while chickens and geese roam around freely between the houses. The houses are surrounded by lush kitchen gardens, enclosed by traditional willow fences. For centuries, the Lolland and Falster landscape has been characterised by wicker fences around fields and gardens, and willow trees along the field boundaries. In this rural community, fields and gardens were fenced in, whereas animals grazed freely in the communal village areas.
Tables and benches have been set up around the Open-Air Museum area, where you can sit and eat your packed lunch or snack. You are also welcome to settle down on a picnic blanket, if you bring one along.