Besættelsesmuseet i Århus 1940-45
The object of the Museum is to document and inform about the period of the occupation in and around Århus during the Second World War from 1940 to 1945.
The Museum shows both peaceful and dramatic events in Århus during the German occupation. Everyday life during the occupation, restrictions, humour, German military equipment, Allied, Nazi and Danish propaganda and Nazi terror against the civilian population are also part of the exhibition. Furthermore, allied air raids on Århus, the dropping of arms to the Århus Resistance and finally the work and equipment of the Resistance are on display.
Everything is displayed through original objects, documents, photos, plates and tableaux.
Museum is run by volunteers. Sale of tickets and various endowments from private
persons, who are or who have been connected with the Museum or the Resistance,
and contributions from some foundations, are the only source of income of the
The Museum is not particularly large, but it is possible to spend several hours looking at the incredibly many objects on display.
Normal opening hours:
Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
In the months of
June, July and August the museum are open Tuesday to Sunday from 11 a.m. and
closes at 4 p.m.
On special days, when there are official Cruise liners in the harbour, the opening hours are 10 a.m. to 16 p.m.
** Only with a valid student License.
and under), no entrance fee.
Conducted tours for schools and educational establishments can be arranged - admission free - by appointment.
The Museum can be contacted by telephone during opening hours
Besættelsesmuseet i Århus. Mathilde Fibigers Have 2
8000 Århus C. tlf.
fax 8618 4283
Webmaster: Sitemaster@Besaettelsesmuseet.dk E-mail: Besmus@Besaettelsesmuseet.dk
Copyright © 2001-2013 Besættelsesmuseet i Århus 1940-45
Sidst opdateret: June 19, 2013