The Ehlers Collection is a treasure trove of earthenware and exciting pottery. The collection was started by Louis and Margrethe Ehlers in the 1930s. The Ehlers Collection is exhibited in what is perhaps the most famous house in Haderslev: an atmospheric, half-timbered house from the Renaissance period with beautiful paintings on the ceilings, beams and walls.
The museums at Von Oberbergs Hus and Slesvigske Vognsamling are part of the combi-ticket.
Price DKK 70.00
Children under 18 years of age: Free
Students: DKK 50.00
Groups (min. 10 persons): DKK 50.00 per person.
Museum opening hours:
Normal opening hours:
Tuesday – Sunday 12.00 - 16.00
Summer period 15 June – 14 August: open 10.00 – 16.00
Slesvigske Vognsamling, Simmerstedvej 1, Haderslev.
The museums at Ehlers Samlingen and Von Oberbergs Hus are part of the combi-ticket.