Date: 25. March | 11:00 - 25. March | 17:00

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Exhibition about the stranding of “Elisabeth Rickmers” at Abeline’s Farm

25. March | 11:00 - 17:00

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An event every month that begins at 11:00am on day 25 of the month, repeating until 3. June 2019

kr.50.

Come and hear about one of the greatest strandings on Holmsland Klit, when the story of the bark “Elisabeth Rickmers” is told in a mini-exhibition at Abeline’s Farm.

In 1894 the huge German bark “Elisabeth Rickmers” stranded on the part of the coast that belonged to Abeline’s Farm.
It therefore fell to Abeline’s father-in-law Chresten to house the seamen and it was also him who split the ship apart and sold the parts at the annual stranding auction.
He earned so much money from this that he could turn the farm over to his son Laurids and daughter-in-law Abeline the same year.

The story of the stranding in 1894 is told through pictures and a listening station.

The Iron Coast
The project is part of “The Iron Coast”.
You can also experience the story about The Iron Coast at Lyngvig Lighthouse.

Relax in the comfortable rooms
You can stroll through the comfortable rooms and relax in the cosy café. You can sit in the old rooms and soak up the atmosphere while enjoying a cup of coffee. You can also visit the museum boutique that offers snaps, mead and “Madam Blå” coffee pots.

Opening hours at Abeline’s Farm 2019
April-October
Sunday to Friday 11 am to 5 pm
Adults: 50 DKK. Children under 18 years free when accompanied by an adult
From March to June the café is open on Wednesdays and Sundays from 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm.
In July and August the café is open Sunday to Friday from 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm. There is a cake buffet on Wednesdays.
In October the café is open Wednesdays and Sundays from 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm. There is a cake buffet on Wednesdays.

Details

Date:
25. March
Time:
11:00 - 17:00
Cost:
kr.50.
Event Category:

Venue

Abelines gaard
Sdr. Klitvej 87, Haurvig
Hvide Sande, Danmark 6960 Danmark
Phone:
+45 9731 5127
Website:
ag@levendehistorie.dk
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