Slagelse Museum

Museum of local history with exhibitions about trade, crafts and industry in Slagelse and the surrounding country. The museum holds a large collection of tools and other artefacts from 22 different trades. In the museum you will also find "Det Gamle Trykkeri" (The Old Printing Works), "Den Gamle Købmandsbutik" (The Old Grocer's Shop), two craftsman's living rooms from around 1900 as well as a large collection of 101 popinjay shooting dishes from the period 1819-1936. In 2005, a new exhibition was established with a street with 12 craftsmen's workshops, a town square and a Grammar School with classroom and headmaster's house from the period 1820-1850. This exhibition was established by means of the side scenes from the film "Young Andersen", which is about Hans Christian Andersen's school days.

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VisitVestsjælland A/S



Bredegade 11
4200 Slagelse


+45 59432353


  • Classification

    • Easy access
  • Facilities

    • Museum shop/News stand
  • Subjects of the collections

    • Crafts




Longitude : 11.3507541
Latitude : 55.4015056