Visit the History Centre in Dybbøl and step into the history of the Danish-German War of 1864. In our authentic redoubt reconstruction, you can for the first time since 1864 walk around in a Danish redoubt system.

Amongst others, you can look at the huge blockhouse with a roof made of massive beams. Moreover, you can go down into the powder magazine, which is the only building made of concrete. The life behind the front can be experienced in the soldiers’ town where you can also lie down on straw in the troops’ barracks, and you can try to telegraph.

Inside the History Centre, we have a short introduction movie about the political background as well as two films about the two decisive battles at Sønderborg: Stormdagen (Assault Day) and Angrebet på Als (The Attack on Als).

We recommend finishing your visit with a walk around the redoubt route outside of the History Centre.

Opening hours:

10 am to 5 pm

Practical information:

Remember: Comfortable and good shoes as well as maybe rainproof clothing since a part of the tour takes place outside.

You can bring your lunch and eat in our yard.

Dogs are also welcome.