Cultural History in Tønder
Open today10am - 5pm
The museum’s exhibitions bear witness to the the rich variety and high quality standards maintained in the western regions of Southern Jutland in the 18th and 19th centuries.
It is also easy to detect strong cultural influences from Northern Germany and Frisia.
There is an exhibition of locally made Tønder silverware, featuring in particular spoons and vinaigrettes, which were characteristic products of the region.
The furniture collection displays local and regional furniture culture.
On the first floor, exhibitions of Tønder lace, Slesvig-Holstein earthenware and Dutch tiles
The art museum
Tønderhus Castle dominated the castle mound until 1750.
Today the location is home to two museums, one dedicated to cultural history and one to art.
Here you can immerse yourself in a fascinating combination of Southern Jutland arts and crafts with industrial art, H. J. Wegner’s furniture and Northern European art from the early 20th century to the present day.
There are fascinating views of the Southern Jutland marshes from the Water Tower, the museums’ beacon.
Don’t miss the delights awaiting you at the museum café and shop.
There are a limited number of parking spaces in front of the main entrance of the museum and in the festival area behind the museum.
There is time-limited parking on Skibbroen street.
During opening hours on weekdays: DKK 850 + entrance fee.
During opening hours at weekends: DKK 1350 + entrance fee.
Inquiries regarding booking of guided tours, please contact email@example.com.
Please notice that you have to book your guided tour 2 weeks before.
Coach parties who wish to be served in the café need to book in advance.
Childcare institutions and educational establishments can visit the museum on their own and free of charge (although prior booking is required).
Cultural History Tønder has a lift between the floors and in the Water Tower.
Part of the museum is situated in the listed Porthouse, where certain rooms are difficult to reach for wheelchair users.
Upon request the museum staff will lend you a ramp that gives wheelchair users access to some of the rooms, including the Silver Chamber.
There is a disabled toilet by the Pump House, on the 7th floor of the Water Tower and by the café in the Art Museum.
The museum is accessible with a pram.
There are baby changing facilities by the toilets.
Dogs are not allowed inside the museum, but are welcome in the grounds if kept on a leash.
Please remember to pick up after your dog.
Guide and assistance dogs are welcome inside the museum.
Monday - sunday 10am - 5pm
November - March:
Tuesday - Sunday 10am - 5pm
Adults: DKK 105
Children (under 18): free
Students: 20% discount
Club members: free
Groups of 10 or more: 20% discount per person
Combi ticket which also gives access to the Nolde Museum: DKK 116