Admission fees and opening hours in 2019.  

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1.4 - 30.4
Monday to Sunday: kl. 10 - 16

1.5 - 30.9
Monday - Sunday: kl 10 - 17


1.10 - 31.10
Monday - Sunday: kl 10 - 16



Admission fees:  adults DKK 110,-- per person
Children and adolescents under 18 years of age have free admittance.

Groups: DKK 95, -- per person. A group must consist of at least 10 paying persons,
 For guided tours, a group may consist of no more than 25 persons per guide. 

Childrens Days:

Children’s days will be held between 10 - 15 hrs every Tuesday  throughout the Danish summer holidays,
Tuesday 18 and Thursday 20 October.

lease ring ahead for information about guided tours in Danish, English or German. 

You may bring your own food and drinks, which may be consumed both inside and outside.

 Coffee, hot-dogs, drinks and snacks are now available for sale

Free admittance for:

  • All children and adolescents under 18 years of age;

  • Schoolchildren, including pupils of grammar schools and vocational training schools, if accompanied by a teacher, have free admittance;

  • Persons holding a valid “I-COM” international museum card or “ODM” Danish museum card, together with a valid ID-card;

  • Holders of a press card (together with a valid ID card). Only one person per press card;

  • Managers and employees of Danish tourist organisations (with identification card), only 1 person per card;

  • Students of the “Centre for Cold War Research” when conducting their studies.

  • Members of “Fortets Venner” (with a valid membership card);

  • Members of “Ubådsforeningen“ (with a valid membership card);

  • Soldiers who served abroad, who are members of the veterans society with a valid membership card

  DCU (group admission fee DKK 95,-- for a maximum of two adults) on presentation of a coupon;

Exclusive guided tours: We charge DKK 500, -- for opening the premises to visitors outside normal opening hours (provided availability of qualified personnel).

Guided tours cost DKK 700, -- (tours normally last 1 ½ hours). The guide is usually a former officer, who has served at Langelandsfort.

If a guided tour is cancelled less than 12 hours before the agreed arrival time, the museum will charge the reimbursement of the guide.

The museum can supply wheelchairs for disabled persons as well as buggies for children
Dogs are welcome, but they must be kept on a leash. Plastic bags to collect their excrement must be brought along.

We also accept payment in Euros at an exchange rate of 1 Euro = 7 DKK

The following international credit- and EC-cards are accepted:





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