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Amagermuseet Hovedhus

The museums in Dragør

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There are many opportunities to dive into the history of Dragør and St. Magleby.

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Amager Museum
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Amager Museum

Autumn Break: 17th. - 23rd. October: 12-16

Christmas Marked: 19th.- 20th., 26th.-27th. November: 12-16

Christmas exhibition: 19th. November - 18th. December: Wednesday - Sunday: 12-16


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Dragør Museum
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Dragør Museum

Right in the middle of Dragør Harbor you will find Dragør Museum in one of Dragør’s oldest houses from 1753. The museum is beautifully renovated and equipped with the most modern information technolog...

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The Pilot  Museum of Denmark
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The Pilot Museum of Denmark

There has been pilotage in Dragør since 1684, when Dragør got Denmark's first privileged pilotage by a royal resolution, and the old pilot station at Dragør Harbor tells about everyday life at a pilot...

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The Mølsted Atelier
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The Mølsted Atelier

Mølsted Atelier is perhaps Denmark's smallest art museum. It is established in the studio where marine painter Christian Mølsted (1860-1930) worked most of his life.

Christian Mølsted was born in Dra...

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Cutter Elisabeth K571
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Cutter Elisabeth K571

The cutter Elisabeth K571 is one of the few known remaining ships in Denmark that participated in the transport of refugees from occupied Denmark to neutral Sweden in October 1943.

About 700 Jewish r...

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Memorial to the Jews' Escape
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Memorial to the Jews' Escape

The memorial stone for the Jews' Escape is in the northern part of Dragør Gl. Harbor.

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