— The starting shot for the Medieval Center - a trebuchet is built in connection with Nykøbing Falster's 700th anniversary.
— Founded as a self-governing institution.
— The big trebuchet is built.
— Arbejdsmarkedets Feriefond donates 50 million DKK.
— Construction of Sundkøbing begins.
— The reconstruction of the Gedesby ship is launched and christened Agnete.
— The restaurant Den Gyldne Svane opens.
— The first Knights Tournament is held.
— The harbor is excavated, and the first houses in the harbor are built.
— Folkeskole's final exam deals with a visit to the Medieval Center with various tasks.
— Reconstruction of a medieval diving suit, and attempts at diving.
— Medieval Center's first website.
— The reconstruction of the Bredfjed ship is launched and christened Sophie.
— The HO project team launches their first experimental archaeological experiment and research in gunpowder production.
— The red merchant's house on the harbor is built.
— The Knights Tournament field is expanded with galleries on both sides.
— The forest is rented from Det Classenske Fideicommis, and the exhibition "The Magic Forest" opens.
— First international knight festival at the Medieval Center.
— The brewery is completed and the construction of a medieval church begins.
— Her Majesty Queen Margrethe and Prince Henrik visit the Medieval Center.
— The Technology Park opens.
— 25th Opening Season.
— Medarbejdere indgår i et Ph.D projektet fra Københavns Universitet, hvor slid på fodtøj blev registreret løbende over sæsonen.
— 25th anniversary as a self-governing institution.
— Griffenholm opens.
— Former director and founder Peter Vemming retires, new director Roeland Paardekooper takes over.
— New image and websites for the Medieval Center and the Medieval Academy.