The museum’s permanent exhibition tells through a number of themes, about man’s relationship to Roskilde Fjord, and about how it has changed over time.
Experience the story of the people of the past who searched for the fjord to get food on the table and sail out into the world to the people of today for whom the nature of the fjord is alluring.
The museum is located just above Crown Prince Frederik’s Bridge on Hornsherred in the historic red building from 1893.
In the museum’s scenic surroundings, there are plenty of opportunities for play and picnics as well as exploring between the archaeological reconstructions of finds from the local area.
Fjordlandet, or Fjord Country, covers the scenic areas around Roskilde Fjord and Isefjord. The towns and landscape of Fjordlandet are filled with vibrant stories, while its harbours are abuzz with activity. On a summer day you’ll encounter beach guests, sailors, fishermen, nature lovers, birdwatchers, history buffs and Viking enthusiasts.
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