Dates: 18.-19. August
The Open-Air Museum is open from 10am to 5pm and brought to life from 12am to 4pm both days.
During the summer the bees work frantically to gather nectar for their winter supply. Beekeeping and production of honey is an old craft, which is still practised. Watch the process close up as the Salling-Fjends Beekeepers’ Association explain about beekeeping and demonstrate how honey is made. You will also get a chance to taste the freshly extracted honey.
The bees are not the only ones, who are busy at summertime. In the old village at Hjerl Hede, the houses and workshops come to life with children and adults who demonstrate handicraft, daily chores and customs from the 18th and 19th century.