©  Photo:

Rønhaves Museum

The aristocratic farm Rønhave dates back to the 14th century and here you'll find a museum with history from everyday life and agriculture.

Under the roof of an old horse stable, a small museum is housing different kinds of exhibits, tools, old machines, school furniture and doll’s prams, lace and old slides, different types of corn and newspaper clippings from the time the farm was an experimental station, among other things.

The museum is run by volunteers who show how Rønhave and the local area was in former times. The volunteers are connected to the Ulkebøl Local History Archive and some of them can be met at the museum on Thursdays from 10 am - noon.

The museum's own website is being updated and in 2024 it will be open from 1 April to 30 September: Tuesday to Friday from 10 am - 5 pm. Saturday from 10 am - 1 pm.

Share your wonders: