Elverhøj and autumn

‘The magic of the Elf Hill’ and activities in the autumn break

The new exhibition and experience area ‘The magic of Elverhøj’ will open in week 42. The 17 October the long-awaited sensory exhibition will open with a ‘child-friendly exhibition opening’. The exhibition, designed by local designer Cæcilie Telling from Telling Designs will be a call to imagination and will allow anyone who enters to imagine what the inside of the famous Elf Mound looks like. Primarily targetted at children, the experience area will allow children to experience Elverhøj with all the senses – visual, audio and smell. The exhibition and play area was supported by Nordea Fonden and Udvikling Stevns.

In week 42 (autumn break for schools or Stevns) the museum has planned a ton of activities for children and adults:

Mon – ‘kid-friendly opening’ of our exhibition ‘Elverhøj’s magic’. Come and see the museum for free from 12-2pm and get a free cocoa milk to enjoy in our magical garden with giant fish.

Tue-Fri – The museum is open from 11am to 3pm and every day from 11am to 1pm there is a creative workshop which costs a normal entrance ticket to the museum (DKK 50) and includes all materials. Make elf girl jewellery, fairytale dioramas or a stone king figure together with the museum’s talented interns.

For adults there will be a meditative experience in the King’s Hall with Christine Louw’s exhibition ‘Beings from Stevns’. Here the voices and stories of the beings on a loud speaker and see the fantastic photos. Tue-Fri 14-15pm.