Korsnæbsvej 60, 4673 Rødvig Stevns.
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Adults DKK 80, Children (0-17) free, Students DKK 60, Seniors DKK 60.
Underground Fort: Adults DKK 180, Children (0-17) free, Students DKK 160, Seniors DKK 160.
|Light:||Incandescent Electric Light System|
|Guided tours:||D=90 min, L=3 km.|
|Accessibility:||yes, wheelchairs for rent|
|Address:||Stevnsfort, Korsnæbsvej 60, 4673 Rødvig Stevns, Tel: +45-56-50-28-06. E-mail:|
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Koldkrigsmuseum Stevnsfort (Stevnsfort Cold War Museum) is a museum in a fort which is dedicated to the Cold War. While the museum is above ground and self-guided, there is an underground museum which is visited on guided tours only. It's necessary to buy a ticket for the museum to enter the site, but the ticket for the underground tour includes the normal ticket.
During the Cold War, Stevnsfort was a part of the NATO defences of Europe. It has a strategic position for ships and submarines from Russia on the way to the North Sea. The fort actually was a surveillance station for traffic on the strait for 40 years. On the court of the fort is HAWK missile battery on display, the weapon with which enemy bombers would have been destroyed.
The bunker is rather deep and there is a very long staircase down. The museum has installed an elevator for visitors which are disabled or elderly. The tours are in danish only, but there are audioguides in English and German. You must download them beforehand with the Useeum app.
In the building of the fort there is a museum with the topic Cold War. It is named If The War Had Come and shows the scenarios for which the planning and preparation was designed. It shows equipment for use in ABC attacks (nuclear, biological and chemical weapons), civil defense equipment, medical equipment, and light artillery equipment.