Plan your visit
Five museums and exhibitions await you at the Frøslev Camp. Each oozes with fascinating stories.
Hours of opening and admission
For hours of opening, click on the individual exhibitor:
Tickets to the National Museum of Denmark’s Frøslev Camp Museum
For admission ticket prices, see the National Museum of Denmark’s website
Free admission to four exhibitions
Admission to the other exhibitions at the Frøslev Camp is free of charge.
For a historical guided tour of the camp, contact the National Museum of Denmark.
For guided tours of the other exhibitions at the camp, contact the individual exhibition:
Amnesty International at the Frøslev Camp, Barrack W6
The Danish Emergency Management Agency, Barrack H1
The UN Museum, Barrack 46
The Home Guard Museum and the Brigade Collection, Barracks H2 and H3
You are welcome to enjoy your own food and drink during your visit to the camp. Picnic tables and benches are available in the camp
There are toilets in barrack W5 (see map).
The map shows where you may park. There is a car park (including parking spaces reserved for disabled visitors) close to the main entrance.
Board of Directors
D.S.I. Frøslevlejren is an independent institution managed by a Board of Directors. There are five seats on the board.
Map of the Frøslev Camp
The Frøslev Camp has a lot of various, exciting experiences waiting for you. Visit the museums, see the exhibitions and explore the areas and the history of the camp. There are numerous opportunities and you decide what to see.
Plan your visit to the Frøslev Camp and find the experience which is of most interest to you. This is a map of the Frøslev Camp area. When you place the cursor on the different building, you will get more information of what to see here.