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A Viking ship built from 200 year old fleet oak

The construction of a Viking ship requires the best materials - not least the first class oak timber.

New exhibition: Dive In – join the maritime archaeologist at work

Viking Ship Museum shows a new exhibition on maritime archaeology and the exciting stories the seas around us conta…

Workshop in Viking Age ropemaking

This summer you can join Carsten Hvis at the Viking Ship Museum for a weekend workshop focused on traditional rope …

Workshop in Viking Boatbuilding

How did the Vikings build their boats? That question is at the heart of the Viking Ship Museum’s work, and in 2017 …

Café Knarr offers a delicious brunch-buffet

Summer is just around the corner and for the occasion our Café Knarr presents a very special treats. Every weekend …

Viking-Age War Fleets - A new book by the Viking Ship Museum

Fourth volume of the series Maritime Culture of the North deals with the building and use of ships for warfare in t…

The Viking Ship Museum recovers a medieval ship in Storstrømmen

The rare find will provide the archaeologists with new knowledge concerning the development of the Nordic ship, fro…

Reconstructing a medieval wooden boat in a digital age

By uniting traditional boatbuilding and open source digital media, the Gislinge Boat Open Source Project has succee…

Trial voyage to shed new light on Viking life in Greenland

This summer, a unique voyage will shed new light on pivotal questions concerning the Scandinavians who, 1,000 years…

In the Wake of the Vikings - Special exhibition

The special exhibition 'In the Wake of the Vikings' is the story about how the five Skuldelev ships have shaped the…