About The Viking Museum at Ladby
The Viking Museum at Ladby houses the Ladby Burial Ship, a Viking ship grave found there in 1935.
Dating back to around 925 AD, it is believed that the ship is the burial site of a prince or other leader, such as a chieftain. The Ladby Burial Ship was hauled to the top of the hill and filled with burial goods such as valuables and even animals.
Displaying the Ladby Burial Ship amidst a series of other excavation finds, the Viking Museum at Ladby offers an insight into the history of the Vikings and their lives in the area.
Trelleborg in Denmark is a collection of Viking fortresses dating back to the tenth century.
Jelling in Denmark is an important Viking site and was the home of Gorm the Old. It is a UNESCO site.
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