Fregatten Peder Skram


Fregatten Peder SkramThe frigate Peder Skram was the flagship of the Danish navy from 1966 to 1988. It is anchored in Copenhagen, more particularly in Nyholm - an old naval base from 1693, which contains many old buildings and facilities, among others the salute battery Sixtus, where the flag of the kingdom fly.

Visit the frigate and the other warships, the submarine Sælen and the torpedo missile ship Sehested, and learn more about, how the cold war was ‘fought at sea’ in the Danish waters and in the Baltic Sea.

Experience the atmosphere on board the large warship and see, how the crew lived, worked and solved the tasks on board the ship.

Children under the age of 5 years have free admission together with their parents. An audio guide in Danish and English is available without charge.

Read more about the admission prices and the location of Peder Skram on the homepage.
Sixtus Batteriet
Submarine by the frigate Peder Skram
 

Fregatten Peder Skram

Elefanten 2

Nyholm

1439 København K

Tlf: 32571316

www.pederskram.dk

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