Aalborg Historical Museum has a large collection of locally-produced silverware and glass.
It also has a collection of clothing and textiles items from the 1700's to the present.
In the 1950's the Museum conducted a series of archaeological excavations at Iron Age and Viking sites in the the area, including Lindholm Hoje, resulting ultimately in the museum at Lindholm Hoje.
Of particular interest is the Aalborgstue display. 'The best preserved middle class Renaissance interior' in Denmark.
The Aalborg Historical Museum was organized to explain the history of the city and the surrounding region for the past 1000 years.
It was established in 1863 making it one of the earliest provincial museums in Denmark.
The present museum was constructed in 1878 and expanded in the early 1890's to house the growing collection of items from the region's earliest inhabitants to modern times.