Skedemosse Museum

Address: Skedemossevägen 15, 387 90 Köpingsvik Show map

Address: Skedemossevägen 15, 387 90 Köpingsvik

Skedemosse Museum holds an exhibition on the archaeological findings from Skedemosse. During the iron age the bog in Skedemosse was an important Place of ritual sacrifice. When the bog was excavated it was revealed that large numbers of horses, cows, weapons, gold and even humans had been ritually sacrificed to the gods during the iron age.

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About this activity

  • Phone number
    +46 070- 62 64 120
  • Street address 1
    Skedemossevägen 15
  • City (address)
    387 90 Köpingsvik
  • Contact person email
  • Website
  • Opening hours
    Skedemosse Museum is open daily 11-17, May-September

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