Our primary aim is to present, in a natural way, everyday live activities and crafts like small scale woodworking and raw wool treatment, especially all steps necessary before actual textile production. To us, living history means re-enactment of as many aspects of Viking daily life as possible, including household activities like food preparation. This means you will find us cooking vegetable stew in ceramic or soapstone cooking pots or baking flatbread just as often as you will find us combing raw wool, spinning yarn or carving a bowl or tool handle. All this we do in a way people can see and ask for background information, which will be readily given or else referred to literature, some of which we always keep at grabbing distance.
Our aim is to fit neatly into museum grade markets during the day and keep the same standard during the night.