SEASON 2024 IS NOW IN FULL SWING AND IS OPEN EVERY DAY IN PENTECOST FROM 10-16.00

AT PANZERMUSEUM EAST YOU WILL EXPERIENCE SCANDINAVIA'S LARGEST AND MOST EXCITING PRESENTATION OF THE ENTIRE COLD WAR PERIOD FROM AROUND 1950 UNTIL THE DISSOLUTION OF THE SOVIET UNION IN 1991. THE MUSEUM'S PRIMARY FOCUS IS TO SHOW WHAT WOULD HAVE BEEN ON DISPLAY OF ENEMY EQUIPMENT AND RELATED EFFECTS IN DENMARK IF THERE HAD BEEN AN ATTACK FROM THE WARSAW PACT (SOVIET UNION) DURING THE COLD WAR. THE EXHIBITS ARE CURRENTLY VERY RELEVANT IN RELATION TO THE FOOLISH AND UNFORGIVABLE ATTACK ON UKRAINE. MUCH OF THE EQUIPMENT USED ON THE BATTLEFIELD TODAY CAN BE SEEN IN THE MUSEUM, AS OUT OF MORE THAN 80 VEHICLES, AT LEAST 25 UNITS ARE STILL USED ON THE BATTLEFIELDS OF UKRAINE.

2024 is the museum's 10th season and more than 140,000 happy visitors have experienced the unique museum since we opened in May 2014 - in 2022 we received Tripadvisor's Travelers Choice diploma. We are very happy and proud of the great response we receive from our visitors.

 

In the 4500m2 halls, you'll see lots of Soviet equipment such as tanks, armored and non-armored wheeled vehicles, helicopters and all the other equipment needed for an invasion of Denmark. See the terrifying mobile field hospital, the large field bakery and much much more, all of which we would see on the streets and in the air in Denmark, well, only those of us who had survived the nuclear attack from the terrifyingly violent war machine that the Soviet Pact possessed throughout that tense period.
The whole thing is spiced up with a lot of authentic propaganda films, written text and more than 100 mannequins, and there is also a very informative exhibition about Denmark's civil preparedness that shows what you could or could not do in the event of a nuclear attack.

The exhibitions inevitably trigger thoughts and imagination about how bad things could have gone if a nuclear attack, or rather hell in Europe, had been launched. For example, book a guided tour and get a narrative as part of the experience.

SCANDINAVIA'S LARGEST PRIVATE COLLECTION OF MILITARY VEHICLES

PanzerMuseum East is Scandinavia's largest private collection of military vehicles from the Warsaw Pact. Here you will find tanks, armored personnel carriers, armored infantry fighting vehicles, self-propelled and towed artillery, surface-to-air missile systems, field hospitals, trucks, jeeps, uniforms, medals, decorations and technical equipment such as engines, fire control, radio communication and motorcycles.

MILITARY DAYS 2024

Denmark's largest "live" military event

We look forward to seeing all of you happy visitors on September 7-8, 2024 from 10:00-17:00 for a fantastic and eventful weekend.

Military days is held in the scenic setting of Panzermuseum East. The weekend offers a wealth of historical experiences for the whole family. Military Days is located among the pine trees in the museum's lovely plantation where you move into the historical time pockets with a lot of military reenactment groups from several different countries who come with tents, wheeled vehicles, tanks and lots of other equipment. What they all have in common is that they are passionate about communicating their particular interests and perception of history.

On both Saturday and Sunday, there will be various demonstrations as well as sales stalls with different militaria, food, a beer tent, coffee and cake, etc.

Saturday at 12:00 and Sunday at 12:00 there will be a display of rolling vehicles, including tracked vehicles, trucks, jeeps and motorcycles.
Saturday at 14:00 and Sunday at 14:00 there will be a large and exciting ww2 battle demo with lots of action, explosions and shooting. General admission is charged according to the website. The ticket can only be purchased at the entrance and gives free access to both the museum and the entire event area. When visiting, you should plan to spend the whole day if you want to immerse yourself in all the exciting things going on.

PanzerMuseum East

Fladholtevej 18
4200 Slagelse
Tel. 20259048

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