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I got an all inclusive year pass to the historical dock yard which I highly reconmend. The Jutland musem takes the visitor through the battle with video and artifacts and impressive models of several of the ships. Worth the time to see.
The battle of Jutland was an extremely confused affair, both sides had communication problems and at lot of second guessing was going on from both sides. The exhibition does a good job trying to make sense of it all.
This was basically the battle that turned WW I around for the allies against Imperial Germany. It is depicted here in all of its horrific and gory details, as it cost many thousands of lives on both sides. Better tactics and leadership carried the day.
My husband said he could work out what happened in the Battle of Jutland by carefully following the timeline. But he was already something of an expert. I was confused by the presentation and left knowing little more than that there had been a battle...More
Date of experience: August 2018
VE_Team_PHD, Manager at Jutland 1916, responded to this reviewResponded August 15, 2018
Thank you for your valued feedback. We have passed this onto our collections team who look after our interpretation as this will help feed into future projects.
Tells the story well and does remind us of the loss of life that happened in this war. A lot of information to take in and we will probably return at a later date to pick up from where we left off. Certainly a lot...More
Worth a visit but did not keep me as long as the other attractions in the dockyard. I agree with another reviewer about it appearing a bit disjointed and I thought that was just me. It does bring home the appalling loss of life in...More