The Dyer’s Yard is open

Tid: Open March 1 - October 21, 2018
Sted: The Dyer’s Yard

Visit The Dyer’s Yard, an historical museum.

Explore the history of Kerteminde and enjoy a cup of coffee in historic surroundings both inside and outside. 

On the ground floor, there’s an old-fashioned café, where you can enjoy a cup of coffee and a cake while you study information on the history of Kerteminde. You can also drink your coffee in the idyllic museum garden.

In the museum shop, there’s a big selection of books, exciting old-fashioned toys, pottery and much more.

Read more about The Dyer's Yard.

Calendar

Ghost ship in Kertinge Bay
September 8 - October 21, 7-10 PM
Munkebo Harbour

A Viking ghost ship will be created out of light and water alone, on the water off Munkebo Harbour.

 

Concert with HUSH
October 4, 2018 at 8:00 PM
The Johannes Larsen Museum

Autumn Holidays
October 15-19, 11-14.30
Mayor's Yard

Jacob and Johanne invite you to join their playful and creative activities

Islet and Skerrie
Dec. 1, 2018 - March 17, 2019
The Johannes Larsen Museum

Uninhabited isles of the Danes revisited

News

Search for Christine Swane paintings met with great success
26. June 2018
The Johannes Larsen Museum

Our art search was broadcast far and wide with the help of the press, Facebook and by word of mouth. After just a short time, to our great pleasure, we received many responses from people who own artwork by Christine Swane.

The Ladby Dragon launched for a new season
18. June 2018
Vikingemuseet Ladby

The Ladby Dragon was launched along with a demonstration of Viking fighting and special holiday buns.

Theory: The founder of Nyborg Castle died in the Crusades
18. June 2018
Nyborg Castle

Knud Prislavsen, who established Nyborg Castle, may have been the military commander who led a might navy on a crusade to the Holy Land, and met his fate there.

Nyborg Castle was once painted red
15. June 2018
Nyborg Castle

Nyborg Castle has changed its appearance several times since it was built in 1200 AD. New archaeological finds show that it was painted red at one time.