Frilandsmuseet Maribo

Møn, Falster & Lolland

Frilandsmuseet is a collection of around a dozen mostly thatched buildings and a wooden post-mill, plucked from elsewhere in Denmark to form a mini-village. It's an attractive site even when closed as you can peep in between the beech hedges and mature oaks. To get there walk for about four minutes along the lakeside from the camping ground.

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Nearby Møn, Falster & Lolland attractions

1. Maribo Domkirke

0.43 MILES

Set amid mature trees overlooking the lake, Maribo's large brick cathedral has an imposing west-facing nave divided in three by hefty, octagonal columns…

2. Stiftsmuseum Maribo

0.65 MILES

Beside Maribo’s train station, this excellent little museum is most notable for its moodily lit room featuring nine 13th-century figures of the 'suffering…

3. Knuthenborg Safari Park

3.13 MILES

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4. Dodekalitten

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5. Reventlow-Museet

12.48 MILES

If you're driving through rural northwest Lolland, the attractive Pederstrup Park is worth a brief detour. Annually changing sculptures front a 200-year…

6. Fuglsang Kunstmuseum

12.8 MILES

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7. Middelaldercentret

14.05 MILES

Time-travel to the days of damsels and knights at this recreated early-15th-century medieval village populated by numerous costumed craftspeople at work…

8. Ejegodmølle & Legetøjsmuseet

15.03 MILES

Ejegodmølle is an attractive 1816 black windmill set behind a pair of thatched cottages, one of which houses Legetøjsmuseet, a collection of historical…