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It is worth taking the drive to world heritage Stevns Klint to visit The Cold War museum. Besides seeing tanks and hawk missiles, you get to see the underground control center of the Danish defence during the cold war. Presumably safeguarding against nuclear attacks. Approx...More
A visit to the cold war museum Stevnsfort is a must see, if you are interested in the cold war defences we have had in Denmark. The quided Tour gives a very good impression of dangeres facing Denmark and NATO until the end of the...More
Underground fort, so wear clothes fit for a constant ambient temperature of 10 degrees centigrade! Guided tours in Danish, with optional earphones to hear explanations in German or English. Remembering my time as an explosives instructor in the Danish Home Guard when we "blew all...More
It is necessary to book at guided tour in advance. The guided tour is 50% "over ground" and 50% underground. The guide was from the Danish army, and what he told us was scarring and amazing, even for us Danish people. I can only recommend...More
We were a family of 5 visiting this place on a guided tour. The guide were great in explaining the history and he also added some humor into it. After the tour we explored the area which was really exciting since we got to go...More
A slightly unexpected visit. We were a large family group together on holiday for the Easter week, and I went along to this thinking I'd go as the others were going. We went for the guided tour of the tunnels, and it was well worth...More
We liked it a lot at the museum. Entry is quit expensive at 120 DKK a person, but you don't want to just walk around. Pay a little extra and go with a guide into the tunnels. 1,5 hour tour. It was great!
The surface armaments - and especially the underground museum - provide an interesting insight into the equipment and facilities that were constructed and used during the cold war era to defend and control access to the Baltic Sea. The experience was not unlike looking into...More
We are visiting Copenhagen for two weeks and taking a few day trips with a personal guide. One of the trips was to Stevns Klint. Our guide found a guided tour of the Cold War Museum which was an excellent find for us history buffs....More