For schools and institutions

Practical information

Institutions and schools enter the museum free of charge. This also applies to the teachers and educators who accompany classes for teaching purposes, and groups of children in association to institutions.

At the Reventlow Museum Pederstrup, the Old Houses and the Diocesan Museum in Maribo, it is possible to enjoy your packed lunches on site. However, due to limited space options, this must be agreed with the museum in advance.

At the Museum Obscurus Unfortunately, it is not possible to bring packed lunches.

You are welcome to enjoy your packed lunches the museum. It is possible to sit both inside and out. However, there are not quite the same space options at all our exhibition venues, which is why it must be agreed with the museum in advance if you want to sit inside. Unfortunately, there is not this option in the Museum Obscurum.

You are welcome to visit the museum outside normal opening hours. Contact the museum and make an appointment. 

Contact:
bestelling@museumlollandfalster.dk,
if you have further questions. Or call: 54 84 44 00.

Se The school service for more info about our teaching offers 

Writing workshop in Museum Obscurum

Before and after the visit

We have developed various dissemination films, which you are welcome to use for educational purposes or as a preparation for your visit to the museum. The films dive into everyday topics that are related to the present and can thus help to provide an understanding of, what you should / have experienced the museum 

Communication films from THE OLD HOUSES on YouTube

Teaching courses

At Museum Lolland-Falster, we are constantly developing new teaching materials. You can see more about them here on the page.

In 1872, a storm surge hit Lolland-Falster, with catastrophic consequences. Between 80 and 90 people died and many were subsequently left without a house or home. Get close to the worst natural disaster in recent times and experience the storm surge up close.

Read more about the course here:

Graphics with illustration of the storm surge

When nature strikes

Target group: Primary school
Grade:
6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th.
Area of ​​competence:
History - Source work, History - Chronology and context, Social sciences - Social and cultural issues
Subject:
Danish, History, Nature / technology, Social studies

 

Lolland and Falster are famous for having good, fat soil. This theme day
is about the rich agricultural history of the area and about all the brilliant raw materials,
which over time has sprouted up through the local soil. And then we have to work
experimenting in the kitchen with some of the area's most tasty
raw materials.

Long table with fruits and vegetables

Earth's Obesity

HURRY TO BOOK - one or more courses, as there are few places.
Booking is done directly with the project manager
Vibeke Knöchel Christensen
either on tel: 52 51 31 88 or on
email: avc@museumlollandfalster.dk

Read more about the course and see the dates here

An exciting theme day with a focus on the wild food that can both be found
in the form of plants in the forest floor, and as wild animals in our landscapes. We must
both learn about the area's great traditions of game and hunting and maybe even us
even have to work with plants collected in nature.

Graphics of pheasant and duck

Wild

HURRY TO BOOK - one or more courses, as there are few places.
Booking is done directly with the project manager
Vibeke Knöchel Christensen
either on tel: 52 51 31 88 or on
email: avc@museumlollandfalster.dk

Read more about the course and see the dates here

Educational material

Teaching material on fishing and coastal food.

With a focus on the living harbor in Langø, there are exciting stories about life
as a fisherman and the history of coastal fishing on Lolland and Falster.

You can work with hornfish and filleting at home in schools, served with baked potatoes and homemade mayonnaise. 

Teaching material is part of EGN's school process.

Children in the kitchen make food from fish

Coastal food

You can download teaching material and class recipe here.

Should you want to do it at home, you can download the family recipes here.

Get to know the great tradition of fruit growing on Lolland, Falster and the islands and experiment with preserving and refining local fruits and berries.

Teaching material is part of EGN's school process.

Children at long tables at the open-air museum work with fruit

Land of fruits - conservation

You can download teaching material and class recipe here.

If you want to try it at home, you can find it the family recipes here.

Learn about the Christmas food traditions and become wiser about the different food traditions that are connected to the Christmas days in Denmark both now and in the past.

Try using the 2 different recipes for kleiner from Horslunde bakery; Norwegian kleiner and Gammeldags klejner. Some of the kleins in the old-fashioned manner in lard, while the rest were cooked in Palmin coconut fat. Try to feel, smell and taste the difference yourself.

 

Children in the kitchen make cakes

Taste of Christmas

You can download teaching material and class recipe here.

If you want to try the recipes at home, you can find These.

Make your own bonfire and meet the girl from the Stone Age Lola at the Diocesan Museum in Maribo. You can combine as you see fit.

First you can watch the introductory film and talk about the Stone Age.
Next, you can visit the Stone Age girl Lola at the Diocesan Museum in Maribo. It is an atmospheric exhibition about the girl Lola, where the wind whistles in the treetops and the waves hit the shore. See the beautiful objects, or shudder over the dog skulls. After the visit, you can indulge in exciting Stone Age dishes in your own home economics kitchens.  

Taste of the Stone Age

Watch videos about making a bonfire and stone age food over a bonfire. Remember and call and book an appointment for your museum visit!

Read more about Taste of the Stone Age here

Download the teaching material for Taste the Stone Age here