Visit Historie Haderslev’s three museums
Ehlers Samlingen contains Northern Europe’s largest collection of pottery, as well as a potter. Slesvigske Vognsamling displays royal horse-drawn carriages and everyday horse-drawn carriages. Von Oberbergs Hus shows what architect Hercules von Oberberg’s house looked like with its magnificent gardens.
Ehlers Samlingen is a collection that was started by Louis Ehlers in the 1930s. He collected earthenware, pottery and other historical objects. The collection is exhibited in an atmospheric half-timbered house from the Renaissance period and has beautiful paintings on the ceiling, beams and walls.
Get an insight into the history of the development of horse-drawn carriages through the ages at the home of Northern Europe’s largest collection of horse-drawn carriages, and experience what life was like when the primary means of transport was the horse-drawn carriage.
Built during the Renaissance, master builder Hercules von Oberberg’s (1517-1602) house reflected his great wealth. He was an architect on numerous castles – many have since been lost, but his own house is still standing.
Unfortunately, the buildings for Ehlers Samlingen and Von Oberbergs Hus do not offer disabled access.