The 10 Best Things to Do in Goerlev, Denmark

March 11, 2018 Janette Largent

Discover the best top things to do in Goerlev, Denmark including De Gamle Gaarde Paa Reerso, Naturpark Aamosen, Vestsjaellands Bilmuseum, Birkegaardens Haver, Saint Soeren's Spring (Kilde), Longview Westernriding, Nisseland, Pottemageren Paa Reerso, Klatrepark Kragerup Go High, Trelleborg Viking Fortress.
Restaurants in Goerlev

1. De Gamle Gaarde Paa Reerso

Skansevej 4, Goerlev 4281, Denmark +45 58 85 55 59
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De Gamle Gaarde Paa Reerso

Reviewed By SusanneBaumannHvidov - Hvidovre

We took the green tour round the village. So many fine pictures I took. And the sky were blue and sunny.

2. Naturpark Aamosen

Bakkendrupvej 28, Store Fuglede 4480, Denmark +45 30 56 66 85
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Naturpark Aamosen

Reviewed By 270mikkel - Kalundborg, Denmark

det var en stor oplevelse at besoege vikingemarkedet på fugledegård - der blev vist mange håndvaerk fra tiden fremstilling af våben - toej - bestik - madvarer - et skib - og meget andet - der kunne koebes 2 slags vikingeoel mjoed - vildsvinesteg - broed . suppe - a--e var iklaedt i dragter fra tiden - meget laererigt altsammen.

3. Vestsjaellands Bilmuseum

Saebyvej 48, Hoeng 4270, Denmark
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4.5 based on 2 reviews

Vestsjaellands Bilmuseum

Reviewed By rene r - Copenhagen, Denmark

vestsjællands automobilmuseum absolut et besøg værd
masser af køretøjer fra vores ungdom, knallerter og motorcykler
husk at tage kamera med.
mange af os voksne vil stå og huske disse biler og andre køretøjer
og tænke på gode gamle dage.

4. Birkegaardens Haver

Taagerupvej 4, Ruds Vedby, Soroe 4291, Denmark +45 58 26 00 42
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4 based on 55 reviews

Birkegaardens Haver

Reviewed By Lonech - Copenhagen, Denmark

The Japaneese inspired garden was nice, lots of thing to see, and big. The english/danish garden was a let down. Seemed to bee with little flowers in some of the places and elsewhere under construction. Lots of children as the place also has a lot of activities for them. Not something I would linked with the navn "Birkegaardens gardens", perhaps it should be named Birkegaardens Gardens and playground. Just so you dont get dissapointed as we were.
The prarie garden was great, lots os bees and peranuals.

5. Saint Soeren's Spring (Kilde)

Off Slagelsevej | 500m South of Holmstrup Church, Jyderup 4450, Denmark
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Saint Soeren's Spring (Kilde)

Reviewed By Arthur H

Just 500m south of the wonderful Holmstrup Kirke is the ancient spring of St Soren. You take a right turn directly outside of the church main gate and walk along the village road. At the fork you will see a granite stone that indicate two ways. To the left you will walk alongside the Slagelse Rd with the whining lorries before walking up through an avenue of trees. At the top of the small rise you will see the Spring in the lower ground to your right. The alternate route to the right takes you between houses an across the field where you can clime to rise and look down to the spring or walk directly on the level. These are clear paths but not tarmaced and a wheel chair for older children or adults will be difficult.
The spring is now contained within a metal pipe and pours into a small stone lined pool from where it feeds a larger pool in the dip.
the 23rd October is the Saints day.
It is an ancient site of pilgrimage from across Denmark with stories of healing and restoration. The size of the nearby Holmstrup Kirke and its wonderful furnishings is no doubt due to the numbers of pilgrims. Despite the nearby road it is a quiet place suitable for historic or spiritual reflection.

6. Longview Westernriding

Frederiksholm 6, Sveboelle 4470, Denmark +45 30 54 90 41
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Longview Westernriding

Reviewed By W0lf68 - Copenhagen

Just finished a 3 day riding camp at Longview Trailriding (July 2014). I can highly recommend spending time there if you are interested in riding and horses. Michael and Birgitte are lovely, down to earth people who invest the necessary time in training their horses so that when you ride you can concentrate on that.
The riding camp was 3 days, but there are shorter camps (2 days) and the possibility to "drop in" and ride day trips. If you book in advance the "Chocolate Ride" is an option that combines two of the good things close to Hoejer - the riding and a visit to a local chocolate producer/café "Fruens Vilje", where cakes and chocolate can be consumed whilst the horses wait outside.
So, if you want to give yourself a taste of the freedom of the cowboy close to home, this is a good choice.

7. Nisseland

Lindholtvej 4, Moerkoev 4440, Denmark +45 59 25 11 10
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Nisseland

Europe's largest goblin and wonderland. 2,000 sqm filled with amazing, handmade mechanical panoramas. Fairytale panoramas with HC Andersen's fairy tales, pirates, trolls and of course lots of nissepanoramaer. You enter a unique world of adventure not found anywhere else in the world, since everything is handmade by the two pixie artists nette philipsen and john roger. In the cafe you can buy netted homemade delicious dishes and her famous fritters, which has been voted Denmark's best fritters, Christmas men from around the world, and in the cozy adventure store to buy exciting gifts.

Reviewed By DitteG - Hellerup, Denmark

Vi kommer her hvert eneste år og ind imellem flere gange. Det bliver ikke rigtig jul uden et besøg i Nisseland.
Det er alt for meget, men på en fuldstændig charmerende måde. Man skal dog ikke gå derind, hvis man er bange for mekaniske dukker.
Det er et formidabelt sted og man ville ønske, at der blev solgt årskort.
Vi ser altid udstillingen (der er den samme år for år), mærker julen indfinde sig med julemusik og juleunivers som barnet altid kender, selv som voksen. Så møder man måske julemanden eller graver efter guld. I hvert fald slutter man med kakao, gløgg og æbleskiver i boden.
Jeg og vi elsker det. Min mand ikke så meget.

8. Pottemageren Paa Reerso

Strandvejen 76, Goerlev 4281, Denmark +45 31 10 15 07
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Pottemageren Paa Reerso

Reviewed By Jette D

Hanne laver skønne kopper, kander, skåle, krukker og meget mere.
Det hele udstilles i to pavilloner i haven og der er næsten altid åben.
Priserne er yderst rimelige.

9. Klatrepark Kragerup Go High

Kragerupgaardsvej 33, Ruds Vedby, Soroe 4291, Denmark +45 58 26 12 50
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4.5 based on 25 reviews

Klatrepark Kragerup Go High

Reviewed By Susie E - Bjaeverskov, Denmark

Great outdoor experience for all the family. Also for those that don't want to brave the heights. Take a chance, try anyway, you may be surprised. I've crawled down from Duomo in Milan, from a fear of heights. At Go high, you concentrate on how to advance on the path, rather than thinking about the fact that your 12 meters up in the trees.

10. Trelleborg Viking Fortress

Trelleborg Alle 4, Slagelse 4200, Denmark +45 58 54 95 06
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Trelleborg Viking Fortress

One of the places where the Viking Age can be experienced close at hand is the Viking fortress of Trelleborg, near Slagelse in West Zealand. In an area of natural beauty, are the impressive remains one of the Vikings' great ring fortresses. Trelleborg was constructed around AD 980 by King Harald Bluetooth. Come close to the Vikings of 1000 years ago in the surroundings of the Tude valley. The museum at Trelleborg includes models, archaeological finds and reconstructions that give a vivid impression of Trelleborg's history, its inhabitants and the function of the fortress. Meet the Vikings and participate. Experience the lives of the Vikings close-up at the reconstructed village of Slaglose. During certain holiday periods, Trelleborg also offers visitors a wealth of activities, displays and events. Try the crafts and daily tasks of the Vikings yourself! You can bake a flat bread, forge a knife, fire a Viking longbow, cast jewellery or take part in warrior training. During the summer holidays and other holidays, you can meet the museum's Vikings, who can tell you about life during times of war and peace in the Viking Age. There are also special activities during the Easter holiday and autumn half-term in October at Trelleborg. Check the calendar on the Trelleborg website to see what activities are taking place and then plan your visit. Cafe Trelleborg serves cold drinks, freshly brewed coffee and tea with delicious cakes, and offers views of the attractive surroundings. Order a delicious meal in keeping with what was eaten in King Harald Bluetooth's time. Admission to the museum and fortress area is free during normal opening hours. An entrance fee is charged when the Viking Festival is held between 12 July and 20 July. The museum is closed from November 2014 until March 2015. Dogs are welcome, but should be kept on a lead and owners are requested to clean up after them.

Reviewed By MarenSofie - Bergen, Norway

The remains of what is believed to have been a fortress built by the people who lived in this area in the early Middle Ages, the so-called Vikings, accompanied by a reconstructed longhouse and a small museum with interesting artefacts found on the site when the rivers were being drained in the 19th Century. I would definitely recommend visiting during the Viking Market in mid-July, although there is a small access fee during the market (for the rest of the year, entrance is free). Thousands of people live in Viking era tents for over a week, wearing Viking clothing, eating Viking food and participating in activities from the Viking era. The large battle re-enactment which takes place on the Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the market is well worth a watch, skilled re-enactment fighters from all over the world meet and fight outside the fortress. The market is interesting, and full of shops and stalls that sell everything from books to re-enactment weapons, fabrics, food and drink. I would however recommend bringing a packed lunch, as there are only a few stalls that sell lunch or dinner foods.

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