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Fregatten Jylland

Strandvejen 4, Ebeltoft 8400, Denmark
+45 86 34 10 99
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Real treasure

What an amazing attraction. So much to see and do, totally blew our expectations away. Really... read more

Reviewed 25 March 2018
AxelsCamperVan
via mobile
Go aloft

The historian tall ship build in 1860 and still maintained by using genuine material and... read more

Reviewed 7 November 2017
lholsen
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Fanoe, Denmark
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  • Average11%
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“wooden ship” (6 reviews)
“war ship” (4 reviews)
“dry dock” (3 reviews)
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Strandvejen 4, Ebeltoft 8400, Denmark
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+45 86 34 10 99
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Reviewed 25 March 2018 via mobile

What an amazing attraction. So much to see and do, totally blew our expectations away. Really awsome to go around the ship looking at how life at sea was for the sailors. Great to sea the cannon go off, don't miss it. The cannon was...More

Thank AxelsCamperVan
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Reviewed 7 November 2017 via mobile

The historian tall ship build in 1860 and still maintained by using genuine material and methods. Visit the royal salons, experience the cannon be fired and imagine your self onboard a going aloft - you can do it. The experience is great and secure -...More

Thank lholsen
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Reviewed 26 September 2017

This is a very enjoyable visit, marred only by the presence of mannequins in the ship - none of which add anything to the experience. The ship itself is much bigger than it appears when viewed from the street and you can explore each of...More

Thank nick w
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Reviewed 24 September 2017 via mobile

Following a visit to the USS Constitution in Boston a year ago, and not being anywhere close to approaching the ship plus a mediocre museum,this was amazing. The museum itself is cool, interactive and... Not overwhelming. Then, the ship! The longest wooden ship... Restored and...More

Thank Benjamin L
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Reviewed 24 August 2017

The ship itself is impressive and very well kept. You can spend hours walking around it. Sometimes there are entertaining arrangements or the possibility of buying food like they made it on the ship when it was operational - check the time table. Great interactive...More

Thank MichaelGorm
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Reviewed 9 August 2017

In the harbour of Ebeltoft in a huge dock, lies the tallship Jylland. It is an extraordinary ship, both in terms of good conditions, the size and the exciting history of it. Here you can see the royal cabins, the smaller cabins for the ship's...More

Thank 445nilsg
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Reviewed 29 July 2017 via mobile

Amassing piece of Danish wood war ship history. If you are there around 12:00, experience the firing of one of the old canons. Just another piece of disruption when entering from sail to steam:-)

Thank John S
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Reviewed 21 July 2017

Happened to be staying in Aarhus and thought this worth the bus trip around the coast - and it certainly was! The restoration of this 19th century frigate is a story in itself, and the way the life and times on board is portrayed was...More

Thank SolarPanelPhil
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Reviewed 19 July 2017

Before our visit, I thought we might be there for a couple of hours before exploring the town of Ebeltoft, boy was I mistaken. We arrived around 11am and had to force ourselves to leave at 4:30pm as we were meeting up with friends. We...More

Thank sfdk8
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Reviewed 25 April 2017 via mobile

Battelship from the old days, with a nice and proff staff, spend 4 houers looking and playing at the ship, at the end they even fired one of the kanons only with 250 g of powder but woow, the guys at the ship knows all...More

Thank Torben A
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