Latest press releases

27. February 2024

Madkulturprojekt shares experiences in an inspiring white paper

The experiences from the food culture project SPIS Ma/eD are conveyed in a white book, which should inspire others. It is about Lolland-Falster's rich food culture and raw materials as well as education, communication and communities. The book will be presented on March 5 at 15 pm in Czarens Hus.

After more than three years of work with Lolland-Falster's rich food culture, Museum Lolland-Falster and the company Kost Studio are finishing their food culture project SPIS Ma/eD, which, thanks to support from the Nordea Foundation, has put the historical food culture of the South Sea islands into play.

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As part of the food culture project, the museum visitors had the opportunity to taste "Stone Age food" in the middle of the museum's exhibition and get the story about the life and culinary possibilities of Stone Age man. Photo: Ingrid Riis Hovgaard.

8. February 2024

Winter holiday fun at child's height

Visit the Stiftsmuseet in Maribo in weeks 7 and 8 with a fun 'treasure hunt' and exciting tours

During the winter holidays, the Stiftsmuseet in Maribo will be full of fun experiences for the whole family, where you can both pay a special visit to LOLA's world and help the museum capture the Shadows that have been unleashed in the exhibitions.

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Photo: Rasmus Bregnhøi and Museum Vestsjælland.

7. February 2024

The wonderful world of mythical animals

Visit the Museum Obscurum in weeks 7 and 8, where it gets extra magical and mysterious

Throughout history, tales of the unknown and unexplained have been told and retold thousands of times. As humans, we want to understand the incomprehensible and many of the mysterious creatures you find in the Museum Obscurum have their roots here, in these stories. But what is really up and down in the stories, and is there actually anything to the talk around these creatures?

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Photo: Museum Lolland-Falster

30 January 2024

Urban exploration - " take only pictures, leave only footprints" 

The Kulturmindeforeningen Nykøbing F. invites you to a lecture with Urban Explorer Kim Christoffersen about abandoned and dilapidated buildings 

Things pass away. Houses are abandoned and languish. But can there also be something almost magical in the passage of time and the change of things into something other than what they were originally intended to be? On February 21, the Kulturmindeforeningen Nykøbing F. has invited Urban Explorer Kim Christoffersen to give a lecture about his passion for seeking out and taking pictures of abandoned and dilapidated buildings and houses.  

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Photo: Kim Christoffersen


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