Meet the lord of the manor or be a "slave for a day"
Ulvsborg Medieval Centre is a family-friendly, cultural institution that is reconstructing and bringing to life how Denmark was during the upheaval between Viking and Medieval times (1050-1250). It is a reconstructed fortified nobleman's manor from the 11th century, situated in Odsherred, Denmark, where you can go 800 years back in time to the year 1154, during the reign of the lenient King Sven III.
At Ulvsborg Medieval Centre's nobleman's manor, visitors can follow the traces of the past and meet the lord of the manor, the monk, the craftsmen or the slaves and talk to them about the political situation of the day, new skills, everyday life in the countryside and the different groups of society.
During the summer holidays, visitors can try being "slave for a day", sleep over in a medieval shelter or spend a family holiday in the Middle Ages.