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Really good.

This is a lovely museum dealing primarily with shipwrecks of which there wer very many off this... read more

Reviewed 26 April 2018
MCannock
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Dublin
Havoc at sea brought to life 200 years later

The shear size of the the St. George is brought to life by its rudder 4 floors tall hanging in a... read more

Reviewed 6 August 2017
ch6006hc
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Copenhagen, Denmark
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The St George Shipwreck Museum tells the story of the dramatic shipwrecks off the coast of West Jutland and the people’s encounters with seamen from all over the world. Severe storms, mist and sea fog, unpredictable ocean currents, changeable depths...more
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Vesterhavsgade 1E, Thorsminde, Holstebro 6990, Denmark
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Reviewed 26 April 2018

This is a lovely museum dealing primarily with shipwrecks of which there wer very many off this coast. The displays are very imaginatively presented. It is a small museum and well worth a visit

Thank MCannock
Reviewed 6 August 2017

The shear size of the the St. George is brought to life by its rudder 4 floors tall hanging in a tower of this brilliant new museum. Architecturally a pearl that allows you underwater as well as high above it to watch the waves of...More

Thank ch6006hc
Reviewed 28 July 2017

This was really a great experience for small and big. Nothing compared to the old musuem. You can even go up to the tower and enjoy the very nice view..... Best if you can take loads of time - nice playgrounds in and outside. Good...More

Thank Arne B
Reviewed 22 July 2017 via mobile

So nice to see this museum after the upgrade to a modern and interactive experience - good for both younger kids (5-10), teenagers (14-18) and grownups - everything in both Danish, English and German.

Thank Mette C
Reviewed 10 July 2017

Never been to the museum before but had heard that it had been remodelled and worthwhile seeing. We were not disappointed. Indeed we think that the presentation was quite appropriate; not too much information nor too little. And well done with many interesting exhibits. We...More

Thank Jansemand
Reviewed 1 June 2017 via mobile

Wonderful museum with plenty to see and do. Loads of information. Good value for money. Highly recommend.

Thank Lilyjane12
Reviewed 11 July 2015

verry interisting museum. Verry good Pölsergrill in front of. Something fore raindays. a lot off exponates in best shape.

Thank Torsten H
Reviewed 15 August 2013

The reck is named Sct Georg - an old english warship found by divers from Delfinen - a divingclub in Holstebro, Denmark. When found, diver Gert Norman made it possible to get the wreck out of the water.

1  Thank Jesp2998
Reviewed 25 April 2013

Very interesting and you really feel the history. The exhibition is very well arranged both for children and adults. Among other things there is a "submarine", where you can feel how it was to be under water in a small room.

2  Thank BenteEngesvangDK
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I don't think so. Just been there and did not see it. But very worthwhile 👍👍👍
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