At Springeren - Maritime Centre, the visitors get to experience the unique life at sea in the Port of Aalborg and Aalborg Shipyards. For the whole family!
Get lost in the exhibition of more than 600 beautiful model ships, local history and hours of fun! With 15000 sq.m., of which over 2000 sq.m. is inside, you can easily spend hours here.
See models of RMS Titanic and of the RMS Carpathia, who came to the rescue of the wrecked survivors. The largest sailing ship at its time, the Danish school ship København ( Copenhagen), which disappeared without a trace in 1928, is also displayed in the exhibition. No doubt you will have an amazing experience visiting Springeren – the last Danish constructed and built submarine, which still looks like it did when it was in service in the Danish Navy. Take a look through its periscope and see the beautiful surroundings of Limfjorden and Aalborg. Behind Springeren you climb aboard Søbjørnen – the fastest motor torpedo boat at its time! Take a look inside the boat hall and see the well-preserved royal boats, including the “Princess dinghy”, which Queen Margrethe 2. Sailed together with her sisters when they were children.
Fun for all ages
Climb inside a decompression tank, shoot down hostile vessels in the computer game Farligt Farvand ( Dangerous Waters) and compete with your family and friends; who can manoeuvre a ship through Limfjorden with our ship simulator?
In the outdoor area of the centre you can see Aalborg Miniature City. Here, you can see a collection of old houses from Aalborg, dating all the way back to 1870 in the scale 1:10.
For the youngest guest we have LEGO to play with, and in our shop you can find a broad selection of maritime souvenirs and toys.
Bring your lunch and prepare for a day filled with maritime wonders and experiences!
We look forward to welcoming you! You can find the opening hours on the website.
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There is a free parking area for cars and buses near the museum.