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This lighthouse is now a bird monitoring centre. You had to buy a ticket to access the lighthouse which was a shame. There was some interesting equipment around that is used to monitor the birds. Nice area.
First things first:
1. An enchanting view of the Kattegat, Grenen and also the North sea
2. The exhibition about the birds is packed with information. If you are a novice/wannabe bird-watcher, you can spend an entire day
3. If you are a WW-II enthusiast,...More
Not only was the food way over priced, but the service didn’t care about the costumers, they unpatiently forced us to order, and later gave us the wrong food, that defineatly wasn’t worth the price. They interrupted us while we ate and claimed that we...More
Exhibit about migratory birds was surprisingly interesting with interactive screens, beautiful and calming background sounds, and inspiring knowledge about the birds. Perfect for all ages. A kind of exhibit I would never go to turned out to be a great experience. The museum have a...More
Normally a topics I do not care that much about, but you will HAVE to visit the Grey Lighthouse in Skagen. The hole setup is just fantastic and the story of migrating birds is just explained in a very interesting and intuitive way that makes...More
This lighthouse can be accessed easily by walking from the city centre, about 25 to 30 minutes. Well paved path, shared with bikes, so watch out for them. You buy your tickets in one shop, the enter the interpretive centre (we skipped this) and enter...More
Skagen grey lighthouse has been changed to a bird station with a most interesting interactive exhibition about migrating birds and their habits as to where they nest, and where they spend the wintersd and how they get from one place to the other. Come and...More
Rainy day in Skagen led us to this beautiful old lighthouse and keepers house that were being remodeled. Plate on the lighthouse dated it to the late 1800's. Great photo spot at a gorgeous location on the beach, definitely worth a stop!