Museum reform may weaken the museums in Lolland-Falster

Aerial view of De Gamle Huse, Maribo's open-air museum

By Michael Fagerlund, chairman of the board of Museum Lolland-Falster, and museum director Ulla Schaltz. For years there has been a great desire to create a transparent distribution of state subsidies to the state-recognised Danish museums. It is therefore positive that there is now a report that the museums can relate to. It is positive that the [...]

Sous chef Anna-Elisabeth Jensen is honored with the Julius Bomholt prize

Lisbeth With Slavia Danica

It's a big day for Museum Lolland-Falster, and we're having a hard time keeping our arms down from just cheering. The joy is because the Ministry of Culture's prestigious research prize, the Julius Bomholt prize 2023, goes to deputy director at Museum Lolland-Falster, Anna Elisabeth Jensen. The award is given for innovative research of the highest quality and in recognition of an outstanding research effort. She receives […]

The Museum Obscurum and the Stiftsmuseet are reducing their opening hours

Museum Obscurum

Tourism and museums have gone hand in hand for more than 10 years, with tourist information housed at the Stiftsmuseet in Maribo and the Museum Obscurum in Nykøbing Falster, but from January 2024, XNUMX, that will end, and this will have consequences for the museums' opening hours. From now on, the Museum Obscurum is closed for the entire month of January and is open […]

Help us document the 2023 storm surge

The dyke on Lolland's south coast as it looked during the 2023 storm surge

We want to document this year's storm surge while the memories are fresh and there are still things that tell about the events. We want to document how the storm surge affects Lolland and Falster, and we need your help. Do you have photos that show the impact of weather and water on your property and the landscape? Do you have a story about the storm surge […]

The Christmas shop opens on November 1

Christmas shop

The Christmas shop in Langgade 2 is where the real Christmas magic unfolds. The store exudes nostalgia, and the Christmas decorations take you back to a time when Christmas evenings were filled with anticipation and joy. Christmas baubles, lametta, peddlers' houses, beautiful glass ornaments from Brink Nordic and elves adorn the shelves and bring back memories of Christmas days gone by. Glitter and shine are […]

The Salmon Rider at the Museum Obscurum

The salmon rider

Rasmus Kolbe, better known as the Salmon Rider, creates creative communication for children aged 6-14. He has a large, loyal fan base on many social media sites and makes an interactive Halloween video every year. We are incredibly happy that this year he chose our atmospheric Museum Obscurum as his backdrop, and precisely because of the [...]

Culture pass for young people - a debate post

Young people visiting the Reventlow-Museet Pederstrup where they meet people in the costume of the time.

We at Museum Lolland-Falster are positive about the government's proposal to set aside DKK 140 million for cultural passes for particularly vulnerable young people, but we doubt that a cultural pass and free access to cultural experiences alone will make any significant difference. It is not the price that deters them from seeking out cultural offerings. If you simply give […]

The Darkest Night

The Mother's Night

Become a ghost hunter at the open-air museum De Gamle Huse on the evening of 17 + 18 October 2023. Several people have experienced mysterious and inexplicable events when they have visited the museum. There have been mentions of ghosts, farmhands and former residents with an unfinished task. But is there something to the conversation? You can now help find […]

Cultural night in the Museum Obscurum

Illustration for Culture Night in Museum Obscurum with SC Rödder.

Friday 29 September is Culture Night in Museum Obscurum. We bring Cornelius' living room to life between 19.30pm and 21.30pm! Enter the dark, mysterious apartment and meet Cornelius' family in the living room. Cornelius opens a box of exciting and enigmatic items for his collection and tells stories from his many incredible travels. Tarot cards are laid [...]

The plant hut at the outdoor museum

Interior from De Gamle Huse

In Havehuset you can now delve into the story of 1800th-century textiles and textile production. Get the story of how wool and linen became clothing, how plants gave clothes beautiful colors and what the people wore for everyday life and parties. Get an insight into local regional details, the differences in men's and women's clothing and how children [...]

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