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Elvaerksvej 50, Copenhagen 2450, Denmark
+45 32 54 02 27
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We saw two engines run

In spite of difficulty with finding the correct bus stop, we were able to get to the Diesel House... read more

Reviewed 25 March 2017
Make sure you go when the engine is going to be started

Was free and we road our bikes to it. We go there on the day that one of the smaller engines was... read more

Reviewed 2 March 2017
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Elvaerksvej 50, Copenhagen 2450, Denmark
+45 32 54 02 27
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Reviewed 25 March 2017

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...More

Thank solomon5
Reviewed 2 March 2017

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...More

Thank D B
Reviewed 19 February 2017

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...More

Thank 131GordonS
Reviewed 3 October 2016 via mobile

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...More

Thank Nadine W
Reviewed 20 July 2016 via mobile

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.

Thank Thulle
Reviewed 12 July 2016

Excellent museum for machinery enthusiasts. We visited on thursday when their first diesel engine runs. Free of charge - no tickets!

Thank Goran L
Reviewed 10 July 2016 via mobile

This museum is one of a kind. Besides the amazing big engine it also gives a good overview of the B&W diesel engines, also used in the maritime industrie. If you have ever worked with a B&W you should visit this museum for sure. As...More

Thank Maarten H
Reviewed 16 June 2016

This is a very specialised museum, but if you have an interest in things mechanical this is an absolute must. It holds a very, very big diesel engine that is literally awesome. As well there are displays covering the development of the company that developed...More

Reviewed 23 May 2015

At this place ones can see part of the history- diesel engines technology development including No.1 B&W engine, diesel engine built in Year 1933 (at that time word`s largest and still in operation twice a month!) and much more... This attraction you can experience for...More

Thank ValeMedea
Reviewed 19 April 2015

Diesel House is home of a huge diesel engine that was the largest in the world until the 1960's. Twice a month the engine is turned on, and it is a spectacular view. You can smell the engine as well as feel the vibrations in...More

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