Midgard vikingsenter is situated near the Borre burial mounds, which form one of Norway's most important cultural heritage sites. This historical place played a central role in Europe's Viking history. Experience Viking history, based on archeological knowledge, through your senses. Visit the great Viking Hall of Borre as well.
Midgard Vikingsenter was opened in 2000 with the purpose of promoting Vestfold’s Viking heritage. The centre has interesting and exciting exhibitions which shows different aspects of the history. There are playgrounds where both kids and adults can try some Viking games and activities, such as bow and arrow and log games.
Midgard vikingsenter is situated near the Borre burial mounds, which form one of Norway’s most important cultural heritage sites. It was in use between the year 600 and 900 after Christ. This historical place played a central role in Europe’s Viking history. Experience Viking history, based on archeological knowledge, through your senses. Visit the great Viking Hall of Borre as well. The areas fresh and nice nature plus the historical factors makes this a popular destination for everyone interested in history. Midgards guides will bring you around the park and tell you all the stories and secrets of the burial mounds.
In 2013 gildehallen was opened at Midgard. The hall is a magnificent reconstruction of one of the Viking’s major party halls/rooms.
Big parts of the building are built by hand and with time appropriate tools, beautiful woodcarvings to show that the Vikings extraordinary woodcarvings are not forgotten. The guides have insight on all the exciting details of the building and the Vikings.
You have the opportunity to experience the Viking age and see it come alive. Serving time appropriate food with groceries from close by. You get stories about the food and drink, Gildehallen and Borre, and any questions you may have, answered.
The centre offers activity days where you can experience the Vikings age, there is also possible to arrange activities for groups such as crafts, cooking, bow and arrow etc.
The café has a beautiful view over Borrehaugene and an auditorium for lectures and conferences.
|Children 6 – 17 years of age. Low season 1st of September to 31st of May.||0.00 Free entrance|
|Children 6 – 17 years of age. High season 1st of July to 31st of August.||70.00 Tickets|
|Groups min. 10 pers. .||70.00 Tickets|
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