28. maj kl. 11:00: Forår i vikingetiden

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Plan your visit

Address and parking

  • Where is Bork Vikingehavn located and can I park?

    Address:
    Vikingevej 7, 6893 Hemmet.

    Parking:
    Free parking is available at Bork Vikingehavn.

Times and duration

  • How long does a visit to Bork Vikingehavn last?

    The average visit to Bork Vikingehavn lasts 1½ - 4 hours.

    During holiday periods, there may be queues during opening hours, and there may also be queues at the activities inside the Viking harbor.
  • Times and prices

    Opening hours for 2024


    13. februar – 22. marts

    Hver tirsdag og onsdag kl. 11-15


    23. marts – 28. juni

    Alle dage kl. 11-16


    29. juni – 31. august

    Alle dage kl. 10-17

    Aktiviteterne er åbne kl. 10 -16.30


    1. september – 30. september

    Alle dage kl. 11-16


    1. oktober – 31. oktober

    Alle dage kl. 10-16

    Aktiviteterne er åbne alle dage kl. 11 -15.30


    1. november – 30. november

    Tirsdag og onsdag kl. 11-15 + 23.-24. november


    Café

    The café is open on all opening days.

    The kitchen closes about 30 minutes before Bork Vikingehavn closes.


    Pris

    Entré: 145 kr.

    Børn og unge under 18 år: gratis ifølge med en voksen.

    Tilkøb af gådejagt: 150 kr. pr. gruppe (max 6 pers.)

    Tilkøb af mønter til aktiviteter: 5 mønter: 125 kr. og 10 mønter: 220 kr.


    Pris Vikingemarked (9. – 11. august)

    Voksne: 150 kr.

    Børn 3-17 år: 50 kr.

    Børn 0-2 år: gratis


    Subject to change without notice.



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dog

  • Can I bring my dog on Bork Vikingehavn?

    Dogs are very welcome at Bork Vikingehavn on a leash and can quench their thirst in the beautiful Viking-inspired drinking bowls.
    There are bags for their waste at the entrance.

Children and young people

  • I am going to visit Bork Vikingehavn with children, what are my options?

    There is plenty to do for children of all ages at Bork Vikingehavn, and there is also room to

    Baby changing facilities
    There is a baby changing area at Bork Vikingehavn.

    Prams and strollers
    You are very welcome to bring a pram or stroller at Bork Vikingehavn. There are gravel paths, so it is also possible to get around the Viking harbor, however, they cannot enter the Viking houses.

    Playground
    There is a Viking-inspired playground for the youngest members of the family.


Disability issues

  • I have a disability, what are my options?

    There is a disabled-friendly toilet and a disabled parking space.
    If you have a companion card, your companion can visit Bork Vikingehavn free of charge.
    The paths around the Viking harbor are paved with crushed seashells. Unfortunately, there is limited access for wheelchair users in some of the Viking houses.

Food and drink

  • Can you eat and drink at Bork Vikingehavn?

    Café
    The café at Bork Vikingehavn is open every day of the season and you can enjoy your food in the atmospheric Viking Hall. The café offers a small selection of gluten-free and vegetarian dishes.

    Bringing food and drink
    You are welcome to bring your own food and drink. There is a large packed lunch house and there are many tables and benches around the Viking harbor,

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