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 Danmarks Tekniske Museum:

 

Address:

Fabriksvej 25

DK-3000 Helsingor

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Postal address: Danmarks Tekniske Museum
National Museum of Science and Technology
Fabriksvej 25
Helsingor (Elsinore), Denmark.

Ellehammer 1909 original

Ellehammer 1909 original

Sud Aviation SE-210 Caravelle III

OY-KRD Sud Aviation SE-210 Caravelle III

 

City: Helsingor
Zip code: DK-3000
State:  
Country: Denmark
Web site: www.tekniskmuseum.dk
Contact: info@tekniskmuseum.dk
Phone: +45 4922 2611
Fax: +45 4922 6211
Opening hours: Summer:
Tuesday - Sundays: 10:00 - 17:00
  June 21. to August 2 the museum is open on Mondays as well (school holidays), 10:00 - 17:00
  Winter:
Tuesday - Sunday: 10:00 - 17:00
  The museum is closed on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Years Eve and New Years Day.
Admission: Yes
Gift shop: Yes
How to get there:

By car
Are you driving from Helsingor (Elsinore city), the easiest way is by follow the Kongevejen, heading towards Kobenhavn (Copenhagen). In the first traffic circle please turn right (Klostermosevej) and follow this a couple of hundreds meter, then turn left (Fabriksvej) and you will find the museum at your left hand within approx 400 metres.
Are you coming from Kobenhavn (Copenhagen), the easiest way to the museum is by turning left in the first traffic circle after the highway (Stoberivej). Follow this approx 100 metres, turn right (Fabriksvej) and you have the museum at your right hand.

By bus or train/railway
Bus number 353,  802. Ask the bus driver to stop at Fabriksvej. You have to walk approx. 400 metres along Fabriksvej. You will find the museum at your left hand.

Aircraft Collection:

The aviation department has more than 30 airplanes on exibit, from gyrocopters to helicopters and even a complete Caravelle airliner. Also on exhibit, is an airplane of the 'Danish Edison', the inventor J.C. Ellehammer, who, in the minds of the Danes, were the first to fly in Europe in 1906, but never internationally recorded as the first European flight. Looking at his flying machine and the rest of the exhibited, planes it is impossible not to marvel at the speed at which the subsequent development took place. You will also find the workshop where a team of volounteers are building an exact replica of the first Danish traffic airplane, the F.F 49C.

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S-16

Maagen 2

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43-461

R-896

DT-491

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Maagen 3

62-605

91-912

A-777/SY-H

17320/E

29487/07

A-001

11-113

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S-883

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XV317

Blohm & Voss BV 138

de Havilland DH89 Dragon Rapide

de Havilland DH82 Tiger Moth

Donnet Leveque A

Douglas C-47A Dakota

Douglas DC-7C (cockpit)

Ellehammer 1906

Ellehammer 1909

Ellehammer Helicopter

Fairchild 24R9 Argus II

Fairchild PT-26 'Trainer'

Farman - Svendsens Glenten

Friedrichshafen FF.49C

Gloster Meteor F.4

Lockheed CF-104 Starfighter

Lockheed T-33A

Nielsen & Winter AA

Orlogsvaerft Flying Boat

Percival P34 Proctor III

Polyt III

Republic F-84G Thunderjet

Saab B17A

Saab J29F Tunan (not on display)

Saab F-35 Draken

SAI KZ IIT

SAI KZ III

SAI KZ IV

Seremet Autogyro VS 17

Sikorsky S-55C

Sud Aviation SE-210 Caravelle III

Westland Sioux HT.2

S-16 de Havilland DH82 Tiger Moth

S-16 de Havilland DH82 Tiger Moth

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