Boldrup Museum

The museum is accommodated to a three-winged smallholding, and shows how one of these appeared in ca. 1890. The museum demonstrates the life of a smallholder and all its facets – how the family cultivated their land, which crops existed, and whether there were potatoes, cabbage, onions, spices and a little flowergarden.

Furthermore, the museum has a line of the old Danish livestock breeds from the period like pigs, sheep, goats, rabbits, geese, hens and pigeons.