Welcome to Nordjyske Museer (The Historical Museum of Northern Jutland)

Due to the current COVID-19 situation, Gråbrødrekloster Museet, Hals Museum and Boldrup Museum are closed.

Nordjyske Museer works with research, collection, preservation, documentation and presentation of local and cultural history in the municipalities of Aalborg, Mariagerfjord, Rebild and Jammerbugt.

At 13 different museums, “Present history” is introduced to you.

Aalborg Historiske Museum tells the history of the city and its surroundings through the latest 1000 years.
The burial site of Lindholm Høje is one of the most beautiful ancient monuments in Denmark from late Iron Age and the Viking Age.
Vikingecenter Fyrkat includes partly the ring fortress, originally erected in 980, with the reconstructed house made exclusively of oak, partly the Viking yard app. 1 km away with 9 houses.
The “Gråbrødrekloster Museet” is an underground museum 3 m below one of the busiest pedestrian streets, Algade in Aalborg.
“Collection of Items from Pharmacies”
Experience the history of Hals Redoubt in times of war and peace.
Boldrup Museum is a three-wing smallholding, showing daily life for a farming family in the 1890s.
“Hadsund Egnssamling” (Collection of Local History) is a part of Nordjyllands Historiske Museum.
The Collection of Molinological History is a part of Nordjyllands Historiske Museum where we focus on old water mills, wind mills and mills driven by animals.
Havnø Mølle, built in 1842, is the oldest windmill in Northern Jutland.
The museum is located at the harbour of Hobro town and is housed in one of the picturesque old grain warehouses.
The Circus Museum in the village Rold is established in the old winter quarters of Cirkus Miehe by the inn “Rold Gl. Kro” and houses the only preserved wooden circus building in Denmark.