Aalborg Historiske Museum

Museum closed due to coronavirus

At a press conference the Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen announced far-reaching measures in order to fight coronavirus pandemic. Among several actions the Prime Minister advised that all museums close down.

So unfortunately, we will not be greeting guests in the near future.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

Aalborg Historiske Museum tells the history of the city and its surroundings through the latest 1000 years.

A special attraction is Aalborgstuen from 1602, which is undoubtedly the most well-preserved civil Renaissance interior in the country.

The comprehensive permanent exhibitions also include a large collection of locally produced silverware and glass.

Throughout the year you will see different special exhibitions, primarily including items from our own storerooms.