Hals Museum

Museum closed due to coronavirus

At a press conference the Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen announced far-reaching measures in order to fight coronavirus pandemic. Among several actions the Prime Minister advised that all museums close down.

So unfortunately, we will not be greeting guests in the near future.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

Experience the history of Hals Redoubt in times of war and peace. The Hals Redoubt was built in 1653-54 and is Denmark’s best preserved single Redoubt from the Renaissance. During the Second World War, it served as local headquarters for the German occupiers. In 1972, the place was turned into a museum.