Visit yesteryear Gilleleje
How did people live, work, go to school and vacation in the fishing village of Gilleleje?
Visit Museum Nordsjælland Shiphalls and see the old fishing boats and learn more about the dangerous life at sea. Experience a mid-1800 house with its low ceilings and earthen floor.
A classroom from 1865 takes you back to school more than a hundred years ago.
Visit the small vacation homes from the 1950’s and 60’s – could you vacation in a 10 m² cottage?
Skibshallerne are located in the middle of old Gilleleje surrounded by a beautiful old orchard. Enjoy cake and coffee in the garden before you venture out to explore the sights.
Visiting the museum in Gilleleje
Hovedgaden 49 and Østergade 20, 3250 Gilleleje. Telephone: 7217 0240.
Entrance from both addresses.
18. April – 20. October: Thursday – Sunday, 11-16.
Easter Monday 22. April, Whit Monday 10 June: 11-16
Monday 14. October – Wednesday 17. October, 11-16.
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Adults 35 kr. Under 18 years: free. Group visits: 50% (minimum 20 adults.)
For 70 kr. you can buy a year card, which gives you assess to all Museum Nordsjællands exhibitions. Purchase online at VisitNordsjælland.
Unfortunately, there is only wheelchair access to the museum cafe.
For directions from your destination, use Google Maps. Walking distance from Gilleleje station. See map below for parking.
Gilleleje Harbour: maritime sights and sounds, restaurants and shopping. Market days during the summer Thursday and Saturday – Farmer’s market, flee market and local shops.
Walk from Skibshallerne through the old parts of Gilleleje, and experience an old Danish fishing village with thatched houses.