At 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 beautiful nature with experiences in nature itself. Today, many years later, the idea has become a reality. The Lille Vildmose Center 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.
Take a trip with the railway which is the old peat railway in the bog. Here you can experience the atmosphere from earlier peat digging and learn about the nature projects nowadays. From Lille Vildmosecenter you can either walk or drive with the peat railway and get close to lake Birkesø where they established a gazebo in 2016. From here you can enjoy the view of the lake and observe the many bird species.