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Medieval Center NykøbingF

Ved Hamborgskoven 2-4, Sundby L
4800 Nykøbing Falster
Website: http://www.middelaldercentret.dk/Engelsk/welcome.html
Country of origin: Denmark
Languages spoken:
  • Danish
  • English

The Medieval Center gives a change from the various Viking sites and you can experience other aspects of our travel in time.

Experience knights tournaments, marvel at giant war machines and help with pulling the huge throwing arm down or trigger the shot.
Try out medieval food and listen to medieval music.

Visit the playground and try out medieval costumes and a knight helmet. A café is nearby the playground, which makes it easy for parents to watch their kids while enjoying themselves.

Nykøbing/Falster lies in Southern Zealand about 1,5 hours from Copenhagen.
Can be perfectly combined with a ride with the veteran train at Maribo.

Check out other fun activities for kids in Denmark.

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