When you step through the gate to Bork Viking Harbour, you step 1000 years back in time. You can walk around the reconstructed long-houses and see how the Vikings lived and worked different kinds of craftsmanship.
Ringkøbing-Skjern Museum follows the authorities' guidelines and takes the necessary precautions to prevent the spread of infection.
Light a candle in the beautiful stave church or place a sacrifice at the sacrificial grove and see the handmade Bork tapestry. If you visit Bork Viking Harbour when there are extra events and living history, all your senses come alive and the kids get to try out the different activities. If you pay Bork Viking Harbour a visit during a more quiet period, you’ll have the time and space to pay extra attention to the craftsmanship and the beautiful details in the Viking houses.
At Bork Viking Harbour, the kids get to take part in the Viking era. They can sail little Viking ships in the moat, dress up in Viking clothes, play Viking games, and see how strong they are at the Viking playground.
Event Calendar for Bork Viking Harbour: There are several events during the spring and throughout the summer, and in October, the Viking Harbour features extra Vikings, that make history come alive.
Throughout the season, Bork Vikingehavn offers daily storytelling in Danish, German and English.
Remember that you can bring your dog, but it has to be on a leash.
At Bork Viking Harbour you’ll find a large museum shop with many Viking inspired items.