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LATEST NEWS

 CORONA SHUTDOWN

Bornholm Museum and Bornholm Art Museum is temporarily closed due to the Corona restrictions.

All Bornholm Museum's departments are closed, which includes the shop at Hjorths Fabrik. We hope to re-open and welcome guests from February 8th 2021.
Take care.

 

43 NEW PETROGLYPHS OF SHIPS

The Danish Agency for Culture and Palaces has, as the prior 11. years, published a top 10 of this year's largest archaeological finds.

This year, the finding of a total of 43 new petroglyphs on the ridge of Hammersholm on the northeast side of Bornholm is to be found on the list.

See Top 10 - Findings of the Year. (link in Danish)

WHAT'S ON

ACTIVITIES DURING SUMMER SEASON

EVENTS AT OUR FOUR DEPARTMENTS

  • Drej ler i dagene op til påskeferien på Hjorths Fabrik
    Monday, March 29, 2021
    10.15–14.45
    Prøv at dreje ler på Hjorths Fabrik op til påskeferien
  • Drej ler i dagene op til påskeferien på Hjorths Fabrik
    Tuesday, March 30, 2021
    10.15–14.45
    Prøv at dreje ler på Hjorths Fabrik op til påskeferien
  • Drej ler i dagene op til påskeferien på Hjorths Fabrik
    Wednesday, March 31, 2021
    10.15–14.45
    Prøv at dreje ler på Hjorths Fabrik op til påskeferien

    

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BORNHOLM MUSEUM

Bornholm Museum was founded in 1893. The museum is a state-recognized museum for cultural history on Bornholm and Christiansø.

As a state-recognized museum, we are committed to collecting, conserving, researching, exhibiting and disseminating. We do this both pre-historic until modern times.

Bornholm Museum includes four departments on four different locations, which together represent a cultural lighthouse on the island. We work to create bridge and start conversations between the past, the present and you.

BORNHOLM MUSEUM ASSOCIATION

Bornholm Museum and Bornholm Art Museum is owned and operated by Bornholm Museumsforening.

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