The Fanø Museum – a skipper’s home on Fanø
Welcome to the Fanø Museum
The Fanø Museum is an experience for everyone who wants to get an impression of an important part of the history that has created the culture of Fanø. Here, it is not the shipping industry itself that is the focus, but the life of a home where men and sons were often traveling long distances in the world seas. The Fanø Museum, a house from the late 1600s, shows a typical home of an ordinary but modest fanø family in the years 1885 to 1920.
We welcome you to a great experience
Opening hours 2021
Fanø Museum opens on 13 May
|Saturday to Thursday||11 am – 3 pm|
|Friday closed, however, open Friday, May 14 11 am – 3 pm|
As a result of the authorities’ guidelines regarding COVID-19, it is mandatory that all persons over the age of 12 must wear a mouthpiece at the Fanø Museum.
It is a requirement of the authorities that all visitors over the age of 15 must present coronapas with documentation of vaccine, immunity or negative test that is less than 72 hours old.
Safety above all
At the entrance there will be equipment for spraying hands.
The focus is on creating the safest environment for guests and staff, so remember the general rules about distance, etc.
Number of visits to the Fanø Museum
There can be a maximum of 10 visitors to the museum at a time
|Adults:||35 DKK / 5 €|
|Children 0-14:||Free entrance|
Fanø Museum, Skolevej 2, Nordby, DK 6720 Fanø, Denmark