The elements of the Nature Playground all stem from the Middle Ages and the villages of the time. In other words, several elements were inspired directly by medieval tools and buildings. This is a place for exploring a medieval children’s universe. In other words, you can get a real feeling of how children from different social classes lived in the Middle Ages.
The medieval village
Together, you can pretend you are living in the Middle Ages. Stormandsgården is an amazing fortress where children are nobles. They have to scale a moat or ride the zip line to get in. You can also attack the fortress on a swing that looks like a trebuchet – a medieval war machine. In the marketplace, children can play the role of a craftsman’s apprentice and bake bread in an ancient oven. They can crawl around in the old herring barrels or climb on the pigs at the farmer’s house.
Bring a packed lunch
When the kids need a break, you can all relax in the picnic shelter or make twist bread or other tasty bonfire food in the Nature Playground, using ingredients you brought from home. Admission to the Nature Playground is free, and it is open 24 hours a day.
Opening hours and age groups
The Nature Playground is for both children and adults – and it is open around the clock
Wind in your hair and quality time with your family
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