The Energy Museum
The Energy Museum connects the past, the present and the future. The museum is set against the beautiful backdrop of Lake Tange, water from which still drives the turbines at Denmark’s largest hydropower plant – Tangeværket.
The Energy Museum is closed for the winter season, but will open again in Spring 2024.
Get up close and personal with renewable energy. The Energy Museum tells the history of energy and the green revolution. They do this with a particular focus on UN Global Goal No. 7: Clean Energy and Global Goal No. 12: Responsible Consumption and Production.
Connecting the past, present and future
The Museum connects past, present and future and is filled with stories that are linked across generations. The Museum exhibitions are spread across 7 different buildings as well as the connecting park and forest. At the Energy Museum, you’ll find plenty of space for unwinding or recharging.
The café offers delicious homemade dishes using local produce, enjoy your food in the cozy café or on the terrace overlooking the River Gudenå.