This is Vejle’s new cultural history museum telling five fantastic stories from Vejle’s past. The museum is constructed around new technology and exhibits and the stories behind them are presented via sound, images and giant touch screens, where the visitors control what they want to learn more about and how much they want to read.
Here you can meet the bog body from Haraldskær, who initially was thought to be a murdered Viking Queen and nicknamed Queen Gunhild. You can also step into Renaissance prosperity and trade which transformed into strife and poverty, and you can experience the Iron Age through stories and a giant digital interactive modern “type case” full of original objects.
The Culture Museum Spinderihallerne also has a children’s section, where the lives of children 100 years ago can be experienced through jumping, climbing, listening to stories and playing.
All information on screens, audio etc. in the museum is in Danish and English.
The museum is located 5-10 minutes’ walk from the pedestrian area.
Closed on Mondays except bank holidays
The Museum is closed on 24, 25, 26, 31 December and 1 January