Trip to Open Air Museum (Frilandsmuseet)
The Open Air Museum north of Copenhagen is one of the biggest and oldest open air museums in the world.
The museum houses more than 50 farms, mills and houses built in the period 1650-1940 from every region in Denmark and the Faeroe Islands as well as the former Danish provinces of southern Sweden and northern Germany.
The buildings in the museum were re-erected together with gardens and surrounding landscape to give visitors an impression of the history and environments of the country life as it was.
Few days ago, I had short trip to the museum with my son Oliver. We enjoyed the weather, ice-cream, beautiful surroundings and interior of the old houses, and of course, we took a few pictures, that can be seen below.
Dining room at a farm of Lønnestak (West Jutland)
Living room at a farm of Lønnestak (West Jutland)
Dining room at a farm of Østerlars (Bornholm)
Horse stable at a farm of Østerlars (Bornholm)
Basement food storage room of Stadager Brugs (Falseter)