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Cold War Museum
Phone: +45 62 56 27 00
Get a close-up experience of the Cold War at Langelandsfort.
How big (or small) is the toilet on a submarine? How did spies operate during the cold war? How high was the Berlin Wall? And were there really plans, had the cold war turned warm, to drop a nuclear bomb on Langeland?
Find the answers at the the Cold War Museum Langelandsfort. Here you can come aboard “Springeren”, one of the last Danish submarines in active service, take a closer look at the spies and their activities, or shudder at the thought of nuclear war – in the fort’s new exhibitions.
Langelandsfort is the only Scandinavian museum to exhibit a section of the original Berlin wall. This particular section was located at Potsdamer Platz until 1989.
Explore the fort’s ammunition and canon bunkers, and study the new exhibitions on the military threat to Denmark during the cold war, cold war propaganda, and the non-military state of preparedness. An example of the latter is the Danish broadcasting cooperation’s emergency studios in a secured bunker – to be used in case of the outbreak of a third world war.
During the season, the fort’s smaller guests are invited to take part in special children’s days. In July and August we offer guided tours in Danish and German, price included in the entrance fee.
Learn more on the Cold War Museum Langelandsfort’s own web pages: www.langelandsfort.dk
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1. January - 31. March: Closed
1. April - 30. April:
Monday - Sunday: 10 am - 4 pm
1. May - 30. September
Monday - Sunday: 10 am - 5 pm
1. October - 31. October
Monday-Sunday: 10 am - 4 pm
1. November - 31. December: Closed
Adults: 95 kr
Under 18 years: free entry.
More information on prices for groups, discount and guided tours can be found on the fort’s own web page:
Find us here:
Vognsjergvej 4 B