The cultural history museum is located in Struer town and offers some of the things that have helped to shape Struer and the surrounding area both nationally and internationally. The museum dates back to 1930, but was rebuilt and extended in 2006. The museum has several permanent exhibitions. Start by discovering the radio and television adventure, Bang & Olufsen, and the cultural history behind the sound and image media. It is also possible to visit the house of author Johannes Buchholtz, which stands as an icon of the 1930s writing scene.
Struer - a railway junction, tells about the first railway that connected Århus, Randers and Struer and about the influence the railway had on Struer's development, and why Struer was called the 'uniform city'. In the exhibition 'Limfjorden on canvas', visitors can enjoy the many landscape paintings from the western part of the Limfjorden, which has always been a great source of inspiration for many artists. Meet well-known artists such as Jens Søndergaard, Knud Agger, Povl Povlsen and many more in Struer Museum. Play, experience and learn more about sound and the senses of hearing in the 'Sound Universe'. Try out some of the many fun experiments such as putting sound on a cartoon or finding out which direction the lion's roar comes from. There are plenty of experiences for all tastes for the whole family at Struer Museum.
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