Soby Brunkulslejer

Soby Brunkulslejer, Herning: Tickets, Tours, Address, Phone Number, Soby Brunkulslejer Reviews: 4.5/5

Soby Brunkulslejer
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Nordgaard
Herning, Denmark352 contributions
Great historical museeum in Søby close to Herning
May 2019
This is a museeum showing the history of the workers breaking lignite in this area. You will see houses from that time, machines and other historical items. You can have a tour around with a guide at the museeum and around the lakes which matured from breaking the lignite (Brown coal). Expect 2-2½hours including the time for driving around this spectacular and dangerous nature area.
Written August 6, 2019
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BrittaDKGive_Denmark
Give, Denmark201 contributions
History close
Jun 2017 • Friends
When visiting Søby Brunkulslejr, you might even meet people, that have been part of this history. All the exhibition is carried together by people who have lived here, whilst this place was a kind of 'gold-rush-city'. The feeling og being able to earn a quick dollar has been the same here as in Alaska. I love the authentic feeling this museum can provide.
Written September 10, 2017
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Anne-Sofie L
Aalborg, Denmark133 contributions
Get the guide
Apr 2017 • Family
Very interesting museum about life in the coal camp. It's an on site museum that lets you walk around outside and see some of the equipment used and inside the tiny houses were the workers lived.
The entrance fee is like 7 dollars or 40 kr. If you really want to get something out of your visit: book a guide! It's around 75$ or 500kr for a two hours tour, including a drive around the area. Well worth it!
You can buy the odd sweet but if you plan on spending a day in the area, bring food and drinks. Clean toilet facilities.
Written April 8, 2017
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ananio
Ramat Gan, Israel36 contributions
Lovely small open air museum
May 2016 • Couples
This is a nice open air museum telling the story of coal miners in this part Denmark. Kind of a "Danish Wild West" experience if you want. Nice to see if you are in the area.
Written January 21, 2017
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Michael K
Herning, Denmark449 contributions
Piece of local history
Sep 2015 • Friends
Very interresting place with nice exhibits. Wonderful walk around the lakes and great guides. Very informative and a big piece of midtjylland history.
Written September 9, 2015
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Susan L
Herning, Denmark10 contributions
Cheap traditional danish food.
Aug 2014 • Couples
Very cheap. Old fashioned Danish dishes. Only a few to choose from, but pretty good. In door and out door seating. Reservations can be made and recommended. Only open a few summer months every year.
Written March 17, 2015
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