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June 19

Summer tours of the Museum Obscurum

Four times in July you can dive deep into the mysterious universe of the Museum Obscurum

If you're into mysterious creatures, whimsical creatures and stories about everything we can't explain, then Museum Obscurum's summer tours are just the thing for you. Here you will come around the exhibition with Museum Lolland-Falster's inspectors and hear about what is hidden in the fairytale Cornelius apartment in the center of Nykøbing F.

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Photo: Museum Lolland-Falster.

June 18

Nykøbing's Middle Ages

Four times in July you can go on a city walk with Museum Lolland-Falster

Signe Fog Mogensen, medieval archaeologist at Museum Lolland-Falster, dives into Nykøbing's medieval times when she shows around the old market town on four Tuesdays in July.

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Photo: Museum Lolland-Falster.

June 14

Summer tours at the Stiftsmuseet

On Thursdays in weeks 26-32, you can join a tour of the LOLA or STORM exhibitions

During the summer holidays, you can go on an exciting tour with museum inspectors from Museum Lolland-Falster. Here we open the doors to the Stiftsmuseet's Stone Age exhibition LOLA and the museum's newest exhibition STORM, which is about the storm surge in 1872, with a look at the existing HAV exhibition, which tells about life on the coast throughout history.

During the seven weeks, we switch between the two tour themes, so that every other week has its own theme that you can dive into.

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Photo: Still from the film about the storm surge, which is shown in the exhibition. The film is produced by Goodwill Film. Museum Lolland-Falster. 

Photo: LOLA, Museum Lolland-Falster.

June 13

Tour with coffee/cake at the Reventlow Museum

On Wednesdays in July and August, there is a mini-tour of the museum's wedding exhibition, followed by a wedding cake

There is serious love and romance in the air at Museum Lolland-Falster's Manor Pederstrup in Vestlolland. Based on this year's special exhibition 'Wedding - the beginning of a new life', we invite all romantics to join us on mini-tours throughout the summer.

This year is the big celebration of Christian and Frederikke Reventlow's yes to each other back in 1774, and it is naturally this event that this year's summer tours will be about.

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Photo: Museum Lolland-Falster

June 11

Tour with coffee/cake at the outdoor museum in Maribo

Experience the atmospheric half-timbered houses, hear the stories and enjoy the cake

On Tuesdays in July, you can join us on a journey back in time almost 200 years. Until the middle of the 1800th century, when almost everyone was a farmer and lived in the countryside. The time was full of small and large changes, changes which had consequences for the rural population. A time when the old, traditional world had to slowly give way to a new and modern society. But what was it really like out there in the countryside in 'the good old days?' You can find out every Tuesday in July when we give a tour of Maribo's open-air museum De Gamle Huse.

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Photo: Museum Lolland-Falster

June 10

Twilight walks in Halskov Vænge

Over the summer, you can visit the historic forest Halskov Vænge with archaeologist Marie Brinch

Halskov Vænge is not an ordinary Danish forest; it hides stories about funeral customs, death rituals and what happened to one's body when one died in the Stone Age. But the site also contains physical evidence. Between the trees of the forest, stone mounds and burial mounds peek out, a testimony to the great activity that was here 5-6000 years ago.

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Photo: Museum Lolland-Falster

June 6

A lifelong love story

Lecture on Frederikke and Christian Reventlow's love marriage at the Reventlow Museum on 24 June

Monday 24 June marks 250 years since the church bells rang in Tirsted Church and Christian Reventlow had his Frederikke. The two had met when Christian was studying at Sorø Academy, and although Frederikke von Beulwitz did not come from the same background as Christian, sweet music soon arose between the two.

We are marking their 250th wedding anniversary by inviting you to a lecture about our two favorite people. About their dating, long marriage and how they became part of the jet set of the time.

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June 4

Natural and cultural history in a wonderful combination

Join a nature guide, a geologist and an archaeologist on a landscape tour to Skejten on Monday 24 June

The Sketeten in Southeastern Lolland is often mentioned as a genuine ice age landscape, uncultivated for generations. But is it only nature that has been at play, or did our ancestors still have some influence? You can find out on the traditional trip on 24 June.
This year, the guides on the trip to Skejten are nature guide Johnny Madsen from Guldborgsund Municipality, geologist Elly Andersen from the Black Geomuseum in Gedser and archaeologist Anna-Elisabeth Jensen from Museum Lolland-Falster. And again this year, the fantastic natural and cultural landscape at Skejten is the focal point, when the various experts talk about the landscape at Skejten based on their respective competences.

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30 May 2024

Nakskov – below the surface

Join Museum Lolland-Falster on a city walk in Nakskov in June and August

Lolland's westernmost market town is a city that has witnessed large and small events over the last 1000 years. But what was it really like in the city when things really took off? Signe Fog Mogensen, museum inspector and archaeologist at Museum Lolland-Falster, dives into this on two city walks in Nakskov.

On the two city walks, we go in search of the market town's hidden stories. All that we as archaeologists find under the modern buildings and roadways.

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Archaeological excavation at Axeltorv in Nakskov. Photo: Museum Lolland-Falster.


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