The old colonial port area represents a well-preserved historic environment. The area is located at some distance from the new districts, thereby almost completely avoided the new development.
Therefore, one can experience an uninterrupted cityscape from the colonial era.
The development illustrates colony organization with trade buildings at the harbor. Some of the houses are particularly building historically and architecturally prominent.
Some trade buildings are a number of self-build houses. Builder’s houses have historical value, as they tell of past modest housing and living conditions.
Nanortalik Museum has set up open-air museum in the old town, where you see copies of turf huts, summer camp sites, women’s boat with a covered stand and kayak racks, which can be used by kayak association, kayaking reversal exercise room.
In addition, the museum has acquired leather clothes, which are being used by cultural and tourism events.
During the winter season before 14 June and after 2 September, open in B-09, B-07 and B-11 on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays from 13.00 – 16.00
During the summer season from 15 June to 01 September, open in B-09, B-07, B-11, B-18, B-06, B-08, B-105, B-20, B-02, and the turf house: Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 13.00 – 16.00.
Special opening hours will be arranged to accommodate special exhibitions, Christmas, and Easter holidays.
The museum is closed on Sundays during February and November
The museum’s office, located in B-9, is open for inquiries Monday to Friday between 09.00 – 15.00.