Annual visit to the Frilands Museum

Last week was the autumn break here in Denmark and whilst my son was sick for some of it, we still managed to get out and about. As planned we visited the DAC for the Lego build and also Carlsberg Brewery for their Halloween event (which was a little tame but fun). The highlight of the week was a visit to the Frilands Museum. This has been something of a tradition for us to visit in October and it is amazing how the arrival of autumn varies from year to year. The leaves had barely started turning this year. For the first time we went during the autumn break and the traditional market with various old-fashioned fairground stalls and pony rides made the experience very different from previous years when the museum had been virtually empty. It is now closed until some  Christmas weekends (November 28 +29 and December 5 + 6) which should be pretty special – they are certainly in our diary.

I thought I would share a few pictures from last week there. And in case you missed it I had an article in the Huffington Post which you can read here and also in The Local here.IMG_2226 IMG_2236 IMG_2238 IMG_2239 IMG_2222IMG_2253

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