If you are interested in engineering, particularly marine engineering, a visit is worth a trip to Copenhagen for this alone. Apart from the great engine running (check carefully fo dates/times), the wealth of diesel engine history over the last several decades is another fascination. There...更多
In spite of difficulty with finding the correct bus stop, we were able to get to the Diesel House before they ran the big engine. (It was a special day rather than the usual day for this engine and we lucked into it.) It was...更多
Was free and we road our bikes to it. We go there on the day that one of the smaller engines was being started. Wish we saw the "big boy" run. Interesting and the staff very friendly and informative. A bonus was the construction being...更多
On the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the Month, Dong Engery's 'DieselHuset' opens its doors to show off its 1930's colossal diesel engine. The engine is started at 11:00, and standing on the balcony looking at a diesel engine larger than a number of houses...更多
We were not sure if we were going to the correct place but when we did get there it was fab! My husband is a diesel engineer and this really was a jem for him to find! Best museum we have been to if you...更多
Well... If you have any interest for large machinery, engines or moving parts what so ever, then this is a must go. Check the webpage for when they start the engines so you get the most out of it. Free admission.