Cultural History Tønder

Cultural History Tønder

Open today10am - 5pm

Cultural History Tønder

Cultural History Tønder occupies the older part of the building complex featuring, for example, the gate house of the former castle, Tønderhus, complete with winding stairs and prison cells. The castle was demolished in 1750, but its perimeter is still marked by the beech hedge in the park behind the museum.

Become familiar with the craft traditions and the riches ensuing from Tønder’s location as a port and market town at the Wadden Sea with eminent examples of the high-quality handicrafts that characterise this area: lace, silver, furniture and the Dutch tiles and tin-glazed earthenware.

You can also view changing exhibitions that explore cultural-historical themes reaching all the way into the present and afterwards find your way to the museum café to enjoy the tempting delights on offer that day.

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Tel.: +45 65 37 08 08

Inquiries regarding booking guided tours or rooms, and their prices, can be made by contacting the Museum by email:

From June 27 until August 9, 2020 there is a 50% discount on the price of our entrance tickets. This discount cannot be combined with others.

Adults: DKK 95
Children (under 18): free
Students: 20% discount
Club members: free
Groups of 10 or more: 20% discount per person

April - October: Monday - Sunday 10am - 5pm
November - March: Tuesday - Sunday 10am - 5pm
Closed on Mondays except during public holidays, winter half term (week 7) and autumn half term (week 42).

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