Storholmen is a non -profit archaeological open air museum that performs a wide range of activities for children and adults since 1996.
Summertime the museum is full of life, crafts and activities for the entire family. Autumn and spring school classes come to learn and to live as Vikings with all their senses. We also arrange special programs for groups, such as feasts, weddings and tours throughout the year.
Storholmen is a place for learning, fun and cultural exchange, and has been so for more than 20 years. We offer living history programmes for schools and other groups, events and guided tours. The gates are open every summer.
As a visitor you are more than an observer, you can be a part of all activities. Our goal is for you to gain unexpected insights about Viking Age in this region.
We also want to shed light on the relations and exchanges through out the Viking age world. The Viking age was a time of travel, not just for raids and in war, but mainly in trade and diplomacy.
Most importantly we want to shed light on on the every day lives of the people, the social relations of women, men, children, rich and poor back at the farmsted. Whad did they eat? How did they dress? What might they have longed for, or feared?
The museum and surroundingsRead more
Storholmen is an Archeological Open Air museum, beautifully located on a peninsula in the large lake Erken. Storholmen has several houses, constructed after archeological methods. A large viking hall, 24…
Storholmen Viking associationRead more
Storholmen Viking association, connected to the Viking village Storholmen Arhcaeological Open Air museum/Storholmen Viking village, is run by a non profit foundation. Connected to the museum is also a voluntary…
Voluntary workRead more
In summer people from all over the world gather in the Viking village to work together. Most people you will meet here comes from the Storholmen Viking association, others are…