The museum is located in the centre of Aalborg, right next to Budolfi Church. The museum tells about the long and exciting history of the city, among other things during the occupation but also about the excavations of the famous gable house, in the middle of the city. The history of Aalborg and the surrounding area from the Iron Age up to the present day is an important part of the exhibition, but probably the best known is the museum's 'Aalborgstube' from 1602, which is also Denmark's best preserved Renaissance room.
There are changing special exhibitions all year round, of course with a focus on history and North Jutland, and it's also an educational experience for the whole family.
Discover Aalborg's 1200 year old history from being a trading centre in the 800s and up through the Viking Age and the Middle Ages to the present day.
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