Follow in the footsteps of Denmark's first resistance group from Aalborg.
We are going to travel back to Aalborg during World War II, where the city and the country have been occupied by Germany. We will follow in the footsteps of a group of young boys from Aalborg, who would later become known as the Churchill Club. On our journey, we will pass by the club's headquarters and learn about where and how they carried out sabotage actions against the Germans.
On the tour, you will learn how it happened that some young boys from Aalborg became known as Denmark's first resistance group – a group, highly praised by Churchill himself.
Welcome to the amazing story of the Churchill Club!
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The tour starts at Klosterjordet 3. From there it follows 10 stories and ends at Hasserisgade 8a.
The tour is 3.1 km long and typically takes 1 hr to complete.
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Unlimited. You can take the tour as many times as you like once you have purchased access.
Yes. When you bring friends you can make a group to synchronize the experience.
Whenever. You can take the tour anytime you want to once you have purchased access.