In the beginning of the 1990s the idea was born to have a dissemination center about Lille Vildmose, which is directly translated into "little wild bog". A center, which would combine education about the wonderful nature with experiences in the nature itself. Today, many years later, the idea has become reality. The Lille Vildmose Centre and the surrounding sights are designed so you can see how the area, northwest Europe’s biggest raised bog, has changed character over several thousand years. Posters and exhibits illustrate the development, and film, cameras, and an eagle simulator give you close up impressions of the diversity of the area.
The centres exhibits are supplemented by a wide range of places to visit in the local countryside: bird towers in Høstemark Forest, an observation tower at the mating area just north of Øster Hurup, observation towers at Tofte and Lille Sø, Portland Bog, sphagnum extraction along Ny Høstemarksvej, the fishing exhibit at Stejlgabet, the Mulbjerg hills, “The Old Workshop” at Remisen, different types of animals - if you're lucky you can even see a moose!
Yes, you can easily spend many hours experiencing Lille Vildmose and environs.
Birkesøvej 16, Dokkedal
Tlf. no.: +45 99 31 75 50