How would you like to go for a ride around
Langelandsfort in the back of a military vehicle, dating
back to the years of the Cold War? Or would you like to
dare your brother or sister, friend or girlfriend, for a
run on the military-style obstacle course for children?
If your answer is yes, you should come to our children’s
day, because all that is possible during the Danish
An original REO-M6 is ready to take the museum’s young
visitors on an alternative tour around the compound.
We’ve also built an obstacle course with a balance beam,
(childfriendly) barbed wire and car tyres, just as it
was used when the Langelandfort barracks was still on
active duty during the days of the Cold War.
When you have been properly shaken-up by the lorry ride
and have accomplished the obstacle course, you might
like to bake some bread-on-a-stick over the campfire.
And who knows, maybe you’d like to try the obstacle
course once more to improve your score!
For admittance to all this fun, you can purchase an “orlogsbog”
at the reception-office for DKr. 20,-. The Cold War
Museum is organizing these children’s days, in
co-operation with the supporters-society. “Orlogsbok”
tickets are sold until 14 o’clock.