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Guedelon Castle and its experimental archaeology provide inspiration for Asgard Alaska. Learn about their process in this article.
Lofotr is a living Viking Museum that more than one expert has recommended for Viking enthusiasts. Find out what it has to offer.
Netflix’s “The Dig” immerses viewers in the extraordinary unveiling of Sutton Hoo, a ship burial dating to the early 7th century AD.
We were able to interview the Museum of the Viking Age’s Communications Advisor. The Museum houses the Oseberg ship and should open in 2026.
Viking Valley and Njardarheimr in Gudvangen, Norway offer a glimpse of what Viking life may have been like in their village recreation.
The Viking longhouse was central to a Viking’s home life. The builders used materials at hand and adapted to their location.
What is a Viking? Vikings were raiders, pirates, explorers and seafarers. Were they also farmers, villagers, pagans, or something else?
Asgard Alaska offers our guests the benefits of spending time outdoors while experiencing Viking history and activities.
The Foteviken Museum and Ohio’s Viking Longhall are two places we draw inspiration from for our Asgard Alaska.
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