Covid-19 and Season 2021
This page will be updated continuously so that we always comply with the latest announcements from the government.
We want our guests to feel safe and welcome when they visit the Medieval Center, and we have therefore taken many precautions to make this possible.
At the Medieval Center there is plenty of space, lots of air and you do not have to wear a face mask in the Medieval Center.
You will experience more sign posts and more restrictions than usual, so we can take care of you, ourselves and eath other.
Normally there are no signs in our medieval town, but this year is different in many respects, and you will therefore be able to experience signs and modern things in Sundkøbing that remind us all to keep our distance and good hygiene.
We ask that you stay home if you or anyone in your company does not feel well or has symptoms.
Feel free to check our website to see if there are any changes or special things you need to be aware of.
Upon arrival, season 2021
- Guests do not have to show coronapas, however, until 1 Sept, a coronapas must be shown if one is to eat in The Golden Swan.
- Follow the signs about distance and hygiene that we have set up.
- Always keep 2 meters distance to other groups and make room for each other.
- Our guests are free to move around the entire area of the Medieval Center. However, the area requirement of 4 sqm per person applies in our medieval houses and in our grandstands by the tournament field. There are signs indicating how many people may be in the individual houses and in the stands.
- Always follow the instructions on the signs or provided by the staff of the Medieval Center – both those in medieval clothes and those with vests.
There will be good and relevant live communication with our skilled communicators and volunteers. The communicators show crafts and tell about life in the Middle Ages. Prepare for a day full of new impressions, scents, talks and experiences. Time travel has never been easier!
We know that a lot of things will be different this year but we hope that your visit to The Medieval Centre will be a fun and good experience.