The Visitor Centre in Lille Vildmose is built upon the idea that visitors should be able to sense how the area for thousands of years has shifted to become what it is today: The largest raised bog in Northwestern Europe. The intriguing development is illustrated at the visitor center by use of modern design and technology. Try for example the Eagle simulator or watch a movie in the cinema of the centre.
All around the visitor centre, you will find various lookout towers such as Rovfugletårnet ('the birds of prey'-tower); Høstemark Forrest; the towers by the lakes, Tofte Sø and Lille Sø; the Portland Bog and many others – you can easily spend days exploring Lille Vildmose. And the staff at the visitor centre is ready to guide you.
Besides Danish wilderness, the area around Lille Vildmose offers a number of exciting activities and events such as 'Forest's Day', 'Bird's Day', 'Wild Flowers' Day', 'Bog's Day', guided bus trips and walks, and much more.
Naturally, there is lots of fun for the children to be found in Lille Vildmose. Every Tuesday in July at the nature playground, children can meet up with "Lille Vildma" the troll, and they can participate in the many nature activities.
In the surroundings of Lille Vildmose you can go for a shaky walk in the wet bog, where the flesh-eating plant ‘Drosera’ grows. No need to panic, though, as the ‘Drosera’ only grows a few centimetres tall, feeding on small flies, mosquitos and spiders. In the sky above the bog you have plenty of possibilities of seeing the golden eagle gliding over the hunting ground, as the bog is the cradle of this golden eagle.
As a new activity you can go for a train ride in the bog. The trip starts at Møllesøgaard platform, passing by the wild boars’ pen and the oxes, to Birkesø, turns and go back to the platform.