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The Schleswig Wars

This modern museum was opened in 1992 and describes the history of the Southern Jutland region. The... read more

Reviewed September 20, 2021
NemoTraveler
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Aarhus, Denmark
Very informative

There's quite a lot of information available if you take your time and the events are also... read more

Reviewed July 10, 2020
hansl610
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Randers, Denmark
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Reviewed April 5, 2016

We visited for my sons birthday, great for families or those who enjoy well documented history.
Recommend.

Date of experience: April 2016
Thank MikeA281
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Reviewed March 29, 2016

A really good museum in the mittle of Dybbøl Banke. We spent over 3 hours experiencing both the museum, the mille and the areas around. The outer areas are good organized and gives you an expression of how it really was in the mid-1860's. Family friendly, good stalls and activities. We got to see a canon being fired including a really interesting lecture above the Germans and Danish weapons/canons/etc and the war strategy used on both side.

Date of experience: March 2016
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Reviewed October 14, 2015 via mobile

Go and see, hear and feel a tiny part of what it must have been like being a Danish soldier during the raid of Dybøl in 1864. It's a history you will remember!

Date of experience: August 2015
Thank Janus_Christensen
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Reviewed September 16, 2015

Not many battles have taken place on Danish soil in the past 150-175 years, but here we have a true albeit small battle field which means the world to a lot of Danes and helps understand and appreciate Danish nationality and why it's so precious. Danish equipment was poor those days, and the German army was an invincible force, but casualties were surprisingly few on both sides. Get the whole story at Dybboel. This place is worth a visit if you are interested in a bit of rather recent history and how borders are affected by the outcome of war. You can visit the hill with the flag and old canons for fee. It's pretty and offers beautiful views over the battle fields and the entire area, but if you want to get the full benefit of your visit spend the money and visit the two adjacent museums in the mill and the visitors center. It's around 4 and 11 euros respectively.

Date of experience: September 2015
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Reviewed August 21, 2015

It seemed a bit expensive to pay the entrance fee and since it was a lovely day, we decided to just walk around. There are many great places to walk around the museum, and although the area constantly resounds with cannon blasts coming from the museum, it was pleasant. Dybbøl Mølle is close, as well as Dybbøl Skanser. Maybe the museum has to offer something for 15 EUR, but the environment is definitely breathtaking. There are also many marked points (stones, grave marks) that tell the history of this important place.

Date of experience: August 2015
1  Thank Lillemusen
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