The historical Greve

Greve has a special history about Denmark during the World War I, where it was a part of the neutrality defence in Denmark. 1915 the Danish Army began to plan the Tune-Position, a defence line from K√łge Bay to Roskilde Bay with trenches, caves and barbwires. In the terrain you can still see vestiges of the fire caves. Mosede Fort is a part of the fortification and on the 6th August 2014 the Exibition "On the Edge of War" about the Danish neutrality defence will be opened.

Great experiences for everyone

Greve offers plenty of opportunities to experience Greve for adults and children. Experience the old Hedebo Farmhouse and see the collection of paintings and interiors dating from the 19th and 20th centuries. And in the casemate in Mosede Fort you can experience the daily life of the soldiers during the First World War.

Mosede Fort

Mosede Fort

On the 6th of August 2014 the exhibition "On the Edge of War" was opened in the new renovated casemate on Mosede Fort. Here it is possible for children and adults to experience different situations from the daily life during the First World War.

Greve Museum from the outside

Greve Museum

In a beautiful old farm from the 18th century, where you can explore the agriculture, needlework and First World War.