With its imposing exterior, Fregatten Jylland has become an essential part of the identity of the seaside town of Ebeltoft. Beautifully and truthfully preserved, the three-master offers history enthusiasts as well as little sea boys and girls a unique experience. “From the middle of the 1980s, when the frigate was first restored, and going forward, it has been preserved with original methods. That’s one of the things that’s outstanding about this ship; it’s in the exact same condition as it was when it was on the sea,” explains museum director Lars Olsen. “This means that when visiting the ship and the shipyard, you’ll also meet the workmen in action traditionally caulking, painting and mending the ship.”