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During the next couple of months we are building a new entrance to the museum – but we are still open. Access to the museum is via a staircase.
Baby carriages/wheelchairs can be locked to the fence outside the museum or carried down the staircase.
Sorry for the inconvenience.

 

9. September 201613. August 2017

Sex & the Sea

Current exhibition

In the exhibition Sex &The Sea, created by the Dutch multimedia director Saskia Boddeke and the British film director Peter Greenaway, focus is on dreams, longing and the sex lives of sailors.

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Our Sailors

Permanent exhibition

Why is there a perfume by Jean Paul Gaultier, old film posters, cigarette packs, toys and a Donald Duck comic at M/S?

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The Gate to the World

Permanent exhibition

At the harbour, the sailor bids farewell to his life as a son, husband and father and embarks into another world – that of the ship and sea.

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Aboard

Permanent exhibition

The ship is a society with its own rules. You are together 24 hours per day in a rigid hierarchy with the captain at its top.

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Navigation and World Views

Permanent exhibition

Sail through a world of navigational instruments of times past, while surrounded by sea, coasts, stars, and myths.

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Ships of All Times

Permanent exhibition

A treasure trove of model ships and ship portraits.

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In the Shadow of War

Permanent exhibition

The fear and dread experienced by Danish seamen sailing as passive participants on the warships of World War I and World War II.

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Tea Time – The First Globalisation

Permanent exhibition

In the 1700s the world was more globalised than it had ever been before.

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The World in your Shopping Basket

Permanent exhibition

Shipping is not as visible in our lives as it was in the past, yet it continues to play a crucial role in our everyday lives.

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