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My 4 year old son and I recently visited the museum. We had a wonderful guide who showed us the interesting trucks and structures. My son loved the trucks and I loved learning about the history of the viklage.
Date of experience: July 2019
Anders H, Chairman of the board at Gentofte BrandMuseum, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago
Thank you very much for your kind words. It was a pleasure to guide you and your son around in the museum. Hope you will have a pleasant stay in Denmark, and hope to see you another time.
Welcome another time!
Facinating museum in an old fire house made in 1909 and closed around the 1930s. The fire trucks are the original ones for the station and it is amazing see. Got an amazing personal tour from a guy called Anders. He was very enthusiastic and...More
Date of experience: June 2019
Anders H, Chairman of the board at Gentofte BrandMuseum, responded to this reviewResponded June 24, 2019
Thank you very much for your kind words. You´re welcome another time!
We gave my granddad a visit to Gentofte Brandmuseum for his 80th birhday, and it was a great success. The museum is very well-kept, with much and well-organised equipment to show.
Additionally, we had booked a private tour with Anders, who was excellent at sharing...More
As part of a classic car club, I visited this hidden gem, the fire station is from 1909, the firefighters left the building in 1939 and then is was used as storage until present day, and now it is a museum, you don't need to...More
We live in the area and have been meaning to go here for a while. I took my 2 boys, ages 8 and 10. Plenty to see and the guide was so friendly and knowledgeable - think I enjoyed it more than the kids! Have...More
I wanted to know if there had been any new developments in the 1st December 1998 fire at Klampenborg race course. As far as I could learn the case was closed. I was impressed with the small museum and later walked over to Hellerup Havn....More