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Apr.-Oct. Mon-Fri 10 am - 4 pm, Sat, Sun and Holyday 11 am - 4 pm
One of the most important attractions on the island of Sylt originates from Neolithic times: It is the megalithic tomb “Denghoog” close to Wenningstedt. The meaning of the name is „thing hill“, which is an assembly place. The mound was established as a clan or family tomb in the third millennium before Christ. In the large earthen mound there is a completely preserved polygonal stone chamber roofed with six mighty lintels. The passage and the burial chamber can be visited through a very narrow artificial entrance and over a steep ladder.
Adults 2,50 €, without culture card 4,50 €
Children (6-14 years) 2,50 €
Adults (more than 10 pers.) 4,50 € per pers.
Children (more than 10 pers.) 1,50 € per pers.
Free admission for school classes from Sylt.
Combination card for all museums on Sylt (1 adult and 2 children) 12,50 €
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of the type: Archaeological monument
of the region: Nordfriesland