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So many young lives lost in very extreme situations. Well worth a visit these guys do so well in recording history I for one was ignorant of the sacrifices made and am still wondering if it was worth the loss of life
The war museum has a lot of traditional war museum exhibits, with models and displays showcasing battles and weapons.
What I found most interesting was the many stories told of the soldiers that participated. In particular the farewell letters from soldiers on a blimp that...More
Our family decided to visit Denmark, and to stop at Billund for a visit to Legoland. Googling what to do around, I learned about the Sea War Museum. I booked a guided tour and visited on the last sunday of August 2018 with my wife...More
This excellent museum was founded and is run by an enthusiast, a diver who has salvaged many of the items on show. These include a huge and varied collection of artefacts and information boards about the First World War at sea, centred on The Battle...More
Amazing collection of items from the Battle of Jutland, a wonderful achievement to create the only museum that takes no signs and simply tells a story and remembers. We visited in November and we're very impressed by the way the museum has been created and...More
As others have stated you can only pay by credit card.
Good the info is available in English too, and we all found it interesting. Visited on a day when the weather was a bit hit and miss so we were glad of an indoor...More
There's a ticket vending machine, which only accepts credit cards. The museum provides a lot of detailed information, but is a bit chaotic. Still definitely worth a visit. All information in German and English too.