The Poorhouse Museum Garden
In the best preserved poorhouse in the North from 1872 (closed in 1974 ) you can experience the protected and unique landscaping. The garden was cared for by the paupers. Today the garden is recreated, cultivated and cared for by volunteers. Come and see the thought-provoking garden environment from a bygone era.
You can visit The Poorhouse Museum Garden in connection with your visit to Denmark’s Welfare Museum which is open Tuesday – Sunday 10 – 16 hours.
Guided tours in both the museum and in the garden for groups and associations for max 25 people.
During opening hours dkr 500, + entrance dkr. 50,/ dkr. 40,
Outside opening hours dkr 800, + entrance dkr. 50, / 40 per person
For booking 62210261
- Museum Gardens
- Car parking - 6 spaces in front of the museum. 30 spaces in the area.
- Bus parking - Guests scan be dropped in front of the museum. Buses can be parked at Stenpladsen, 5 minutes’ walk from the museum.
- Toilets - Yes
- Handicap toilets - Yes
- Brochures / information - Yes at the entrance
- Café / restaurant / vending machine - Coffee / tea and cold drinks
- Picnic sites - Only inside the garden
- Guided tours - Yes
- Shop - The shop is open during the opening hours of the museum and during guided tours.
- Benches in the garden - Yes ( starting from 2018 season)
- Dogs welcome - Yes on a leash and with dog bag
- Miscellaneous - Exhibitions and the permanent exhibitions about and in The Poorhouse, please see the homepage
The Poorhouse Museum Garden recommends in the vicinity:
Restaurant Hotel Ærø