A visit to our exhibition centre at Rødbyhavn will give you a chance to learn more about the construction of the Fehmarnbelt tunnel. Our exhibition features photos, films, posters and models from the enormous construction site.
The exhibition offers a thorough insight into all aspects of the project. Guides are on hand to explain more about the construction and answer any questions you may have. An outdoor play area with tables and chairs is attached to the exhibition for adults and kids to enjoy. Entry is free.
A large exhibition in the centre of Rødbyhavn will give you a thorough insight into the 18 km long tunnel and the enormous work that is being carried out in the region ahead of the tunnel opening in 2029.
The exhibition offers a thorough insight into all aspects of the project through photos, models and films - in Danish and English.
Adjacent to the exhibition there is an outdoor playground with several tables and benches and free access to play and fun for both kids and adults.
Phone: +45 33 41 63 10
9.00 am – 5.00 pm
Saturday–Sunday and public holidays:
11.00 am – 4.00 pm
We have established a special observation point in the area from where you can follow the tunnel construction.
From the viewing platform at the end of Gl. Badevej in Rødbyhavn, you can see the work proceeding on land and at sea. The viewing platform is equipped with powerful binoculars so you can view the construction of the descent to the tunnel a few hundred metres away and the extensive work off the coast. There is a large parking area close to the platform.
Public and private companies as well as associations have the opportunity to book a lecture on the Fehmarnbelt project with a tour or simply a tour of our exhibition centre in Havnegade 2, Rødby.
Lectures and tours must be booked at least 14 days in advance.
Lectures including a tour can take place between Monday and Thursday between 3pm and 5pm with a group of up to 25 people.
A tour of the exhibition without a lecture can be booked every weekday at 10am and 1.30pm. Mon-Fri also at 5pm.
Lectures, which can be given in Danish, German or English, will provide you with the background to the Fehmarnbelt link and how the world's longest immersed tunnel will be built. Lectures are intended for people who want to know more about the project. They conclude with a visit in the exhibition centre.