Museum The Polish Barrack in Taagerup

In 1984, thanks to the efforts of Torsten Elsvor a journalist, social activist and a man dedicated to the protection of the cultural heritage of the island of Lolland, work started on an overhaul of the building of Polakkaserne, the last preserved on the island of Lolland, with a view to turning it into a museum.

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The cost of the overhaul was financed from public fund-raisers as well as donations from banks, businesses and private individuals. The collection of exhibits also started at that time. At present, the museum is run by the Polish Barrack Association in Taagerup and financed from admission fees, donations and local authority funding.

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Museum Polish Barrack

Højbygårdvej 34, Tågerup, 4970 Rødby
Phone: 25 77 92 01
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CVR 35612831

MobilePay: 69 85 44

Admission DKK 50 -  adults. Children under 12 free.

The Museum is open to visitors throughout Easter 2024 from Maundy Thursday to the 2nd of Easter (28 March to 1 April) - every day from 14.00 to 16.00.

The museum opens as planned for individual visits from 2 July 2024 to and including 29 September and in week 42 every day except Monday from 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm.

It will also be possible to arrange group visits (minimum 10 people) during the months of April, May, June, July, August, September and October outside the normal opening hours. Group visits must be arranged on telephone 25 77 92 01. Inquiries can also be made by email: info@polakkasernen.dk

 

 

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The project is co-financed by the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs from Polonia funds.
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