Establishing Daugbjerg miniature village began in 1994 and in 2007 it stood finished as an exact copy of Daugbjerg as it looked before the great fire in 1791
It is said that it was gipsies which set fire to village the night of Holy Thursday in 1791.
Daugbjerg miniature village is built in 1:10 scale and consists of 150 buildings spread over 20 farms, 10 cottages and a church, schools, water mill, the "KongeligeKalkbrænderi" and a fountain indicating Sejbækkens source. It is this river that provides water to the mill pond.
The houses in Daugbjerg miniature village are designed by the miniature village architect on the basis of the original old material. The people who carried out the work tobuild houses are all pensioners, who were born and raised in and around Daugbjerg or otherwise associated with Daugbjerg.