Meet the embroiderers

Tid: Every Wednesday from 11-14
Sted: Viking Museum Ladby

The story of the Ladby Ship is told with needle and thread.

It took 6 years for a group of volunteer embroiderers to create the Ladby Tapestry, which in the style of a comic strip, tells the story of the Ladby Ship, from the Viking king’s burial until today.

If you would like to know more about how the tapestry came to be, the embroiderers will tell about the story, the techniques and many other aspects of the project.

Calendar

Combat training
Last Sunday of the month from 10-13
Viking Museum Ladby

See an actual Viking battle!

Meet the embroiderers
Every Wednesday from 11-14
Viking Museum Ladby

The story of the Ladby Ship is told with needle and thread.

Launching the Ladby Dragon 2019
Thursday, May 16 from 16-19
Viking Museum Ladby

Be there when the Ladby Dragon is launched for a new season!

News

Almost 12.000 people saw the ghost ship
27. November 2018
Viking Museum Ladby

The Ghost Ship attracted 12,000 visitors

Viking Games in Summer Heat
26. October 2018
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Travel back and play as a viking child

Large Viking Hall Found on Munkebo Hill
26. October 2018
Viking Museum Ladby

Funen bears witness to the strategic importance of Munkebo Hill.