The dye house
Step into the beautifully restored dye house where you can see the tools and machines used for dyeing. Experience the process of coloring fabrics as you watch footage with dyer Johan Petersen at work. Access digital materials on touch screens to find out more about the craft and the life of the people living in the Old Dyers Yard.
The house and the stables
Observe how the family lived as you go from room to room in a small house that hides bedrooms, a living room, and a kitchen. Look at the furniture they had and the crockery and cutlery they used while enjoying the beautifully decorated chambers. You can also pay a visit to the stables where the livestock was held. Here you can spot harnesses and plows that helped the animals work at the side of their owners.
The courtyard and the garden
Hide under the large walnut tree whose fruits and leaves were used for coloring. Visit the garden, which stretches all way down to Strandvejen, or just enjoy the view of the old frigate. Walk around the various trees and plants, including the old "Æbeltoft apple tree". Take cover in the cave where the family also sought shelter on hot summer days.
Enter the small shop adjacent to the Old Dyes Yard before stepping out of the museum. Look for presents for your loved ones as you wander through the boutique. Here you can buy yarn, old toys, art items, and many more, as we have made sure to have something for all tastes.
Come to the Old Dyers Yard from June 1 to August 31, between 10:00 and 16:00, or on week 42, daily, from 10:00 to 16:00. You will enjoy free entrance. We will be waiting in Adelgade 15, 8400 Ebeltoft.