The Coastal Museum of Bangsbo is situated in the beautiful manor of Bangsbo. The manor dates back to 1364 and it lies in the heart of the idyllic Bangsbo area.
The primary exhibition at the manor shows the life around 1900 when the manor was owned by the bon vivant Johan Knudsen. Due to Johan Knudsen the manor of Bangsbo became a hot spot for some of the most known Scandinavian writers and artists around 1900. They formed a cultural and festive fellowship called the Circle of Bangsbo. Thus a visit to Bangsbo provides a walk in the footsteps of the Danish writer Herman Bang and a fascinating glimpse of the colourful life at the manor.
Victims of the Nazi ideology
The exhibition “Victims of the Nazi ideology” tells the story about the people who lost their lives as a consequence of the German occupation of Denmark from April 9, 1940 until May 5, 1945.