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Moesgaard Museum

Moesgård Allé 20
8270 Højbjerg

Phone 8942 1100

Opening Hours
01.04 - 30.09 Every day 10.00 - 17.00
01.10 - 31.03 Tue-Sun  10.00 - 16.00
Closed 24th, 25th and 31st of Dec. as well as 1st of Jan. The museum is open on Mondays during the winter and autumn school holidays. 
 
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Moesgaard Museum is situated at the manor of Moesgaard south of Aarhus on the border of the Marselis Forest. It is a local museum with a special collection of archaeology and ethnography, and it is the largest cultural-historical provincial museum in the country.
 
The main part of the archaeological collections is Danish, but the museum also owns a sizable archaeological collection from Bahrain and other places from the area around the Persian Gulf.

Apart from the extensive collections, the museum has an ’Ancient Path’ with reconstructed prehistoric houses and burial sites. The biggest attraction of the museum is the Man from Grauballe (Grauballemanden), which is a more than 2000 year old bog body. He is a part of the museum’s permanent exhibition, which also includes a section for ‘Denmark’s Stone Age’, ‘Illerup Aadal’ and the ‘Rune Stone Collection’.

Moesgaard Museum works in close cooperation with the Institute of Archaeology, Anthropology and Linguistics at Aarhus University, which is partly situated at Moesgaard.

 
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Panoramic photos by Webwalk
Institute of Anthropology, Archaeology and Linguistics 
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