Visiting the Viking Ship Museum in Denmark by The World is a Book
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Denmark’s Viking Ship Museum featured an interactive learning experience, fun activities and exhibits for a memorable family visit. See the remains of five excavated Viking ships from the 1100s and their reconstructed versions. Kids can dress-up like a Viking, participate in workshops for wood carving, rope making and basket weaving. Read more (with many pictures) to see what else this wonderful and unique museum near Copenhagen has in store for families.
ABOUT MARY: Mary lives in San Diego, CA and travels the world with her husband, 10-year-old daughter and 7-year-old son. She is an island girl at heart with a serious case of wanderlust trying to juggle a full-time job as a computer programmer along with the demands of active school-age kids. She writes about the family’s adventures with tips and guides on her site The World Is A Book (http://www.theworldisabook.com). She has traveled to almost 40 countries and loves cruises, National Parks, art and quirky museums. Follow Mary on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest.
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