At the edge of Egebæksvang forest lies the Flynderupgård museum, designed to give its visitors an impression of daily life in the country in the 1920s. Flynderupgård is also host to yearly events like community singing and constitution parties.
The civic restaurant’s range of porridge would make even the most well-supplied porridge deli drop their spoon in their bowl with envy. And that is not because Flynderupgård is following recent trends and jumped on the porridge bandwagon.
Flynderupgård’s civic restaurant is merely serving the usual food of the 1920s, a time where people took the edge off their appetite with satiating mixes such as wheat porridge, rice flour porridge and velvet porridge.
Inside Flynderupgård’s grand main building one can find the permanent exhibition, where visitors can see a farmer’s living room as it might have looked at the beginning of the 20th century. In the adjoining room, you can look at a faithful copy of an old general store as it looked in 1916, when it was located by Mørdrupvej not far from there.
Outside waits a historical farm with old Danish domestic breeds of farm animals, agricultural machinery from the 1920s, and the vegetable gardens which supply the civic restaurant.