Arsenalen is the largest military vehicle museum in Scandinavia. The museum presents the history of military vehicle development from the early 20th century until today. The vehicles are shown in their technical and historical context. The emphasis is on the period from the outbreak of World War II until the end of the Cold War (1939-1990). During these years an unprecedented technical and tactical development took place which is shown in the museum displays.
The Soldiers croft and the exhibiton
Around the soldiers croft we have recreated an environment that demonstrates how it could look like in the mid-1800s.
In an adjacent building provides an insight into how the constant knave worked and how he lived
The Figure museum
A fantastic collection of tin miniatures in tableaus showing scenes from the stone age and onward. A fascination story of toys turned collectors items.
This year’s theme exhibition is all about recycling and reuse.
Within the military has for a long time taken advantage of old equipment and repost it in one form or another. To reuse are significantly cheaper and faster to develop and manufacture new materials, but unfortunately it will be mostly a worse solution.
More about this you can read in the museum.
A very popular place for the kids where you can play in a PV-jeep or try living in a military tent. Beside the playroom is also our Tokyo Wars game that is a tank battle game for two players.