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Ejegod Mill

In the middle of the northern part of Nykøbing Falster town is the large, cosy Ejegod Mill. You can walk, cycle or even take a bus directly to the mill.

Ejegod Mill was located far out in the countryside on the Ejegod farm when it was built in 1816. Today, it is located in the northern part of Nykøbing Falster town. The buildings are unique since both the mill, the barn and the mill house are still to be found.

The mill itself is a Dutch 8-sided mill with an onion-shaped hat, and it was used to grind grain. In 1936, Nykøbing Falter Municipality bought the farm, had the mill restored and from 1939 it has been the town's landmark.

Next to Ejegod Mill is the mill house, which houses the Toy Museum with a large collection of historical toys.


Visits to the mill are by appointment by calling or writing to the museum's mobile phone number.

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