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Travel 100 years into the past, to a time when world war raged around Denmark. Explore the many surprising stores and immerse yourself in an era where Denmark is on the brink of war. Denmark must fight for its neutrality and avoid being drawn into...more
We visited here on our way to Roskilde. Such a very interesting and well presented Fort. The story is based on WW1 and is made up of displays with interactive portions. You can go into the rooms and the old telephone will ring. You answer...More
Took the family on a 'rainy Sunday' outing to the fort. It lies on the coast at the South end of the Victorian era defences protecting Copenhagen. Having visited Ejby Bunker Museum, which details the construction of the defences, and the roll of the Bunker...More
Part of the WW1 defence and a bygone way of warfare. Canons and trenches. Very well kept - with lots of interesting information. Good parking, toilets and a beautiful sorrounding. Excellent for a picknick or a meal at the restaurant. Great spot for seatroutfishing as...More
The fort was part of the WW1 defense line across Zealand. It is well preserved with lots of information and interactive displays. My kids was very impressed with the museum and like to come back. There easy access by car or train nearby (10 min...More
A coastal fort build in the years before and during the First World War, to protect the Bay of Køge from a possible German naval invasions. Now a days it is a protected area with a museum, grassy fields for recreation, a restaurant and a...More
We stopped here just coincidentally. Didn't actually visit inside the museum so cannot say how much more there would be - and that's way the rating is not better. But if you're intersted in history and nature / nice view to ocean, then is worth...More