Elværket - The Power Station - is part of Museum Nordsjælland in Hillerød.
Today the beautiful turbine hall of the former power station houses temporary exhibitions focusing on culture, art and history of North Sealand. Elværket was built in 1909 by engineer J.P. Spangenberg. The neoclassical architecture with red bricks and white windows is remarkably well preserved. The harmonious building is a small historical gem in Hillerød.
Hours: The museum is open in connection with changing special exhibitions and events. Read more about the activities at Elværket right now
Admission: Adults DKK 25, children under 18 free.
Group discount at +10 adults: half price.
Friday free admission.