There have been several rune stones on Lolland, but many have ended up as foundations or as road fill. Some have been moved to museums to safeguard the remaining rune stones. As a result, West Lolland has only one remaining rune stone, situated in Tillitse Cemetery.
Not much is known about the stone, but the inscription is interpreted as follows:
"Eskild Sulkesøn had this stone erected for himself. Always will remain, while the stone lives, this memoir that Eskild wrought. Christ and St. Mikkel help his soul. "
On the side of the stone:
"Toke wrote runes after his stepmother Thore, a noble woman"
There is an information board at the rune stone.