Museum The Polish Barrack in Taagerup

In 1984, thanks to the efforts of Torsten Elsvor a journalist, social activist and a man dedicated to the protection of the cultural heritage of the island of Lolland, work started on an overhaul of the building of Polakkaserne, the last preserved on the island of Lolland, with a view to turning it into a museum.


The cost of the overhaul was financed from public fund-raisers as well as donations from banks, businesses and private individuals. The collection of exhibits also started at that time. At present, the museum is run by the Polish Barrack Association in Taagerup and financed from admission fees, donations and local authority funding.

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Museum Polish Barrack

Højbygårdsvej 34, Tågerup, 4970 Rødby
Phone: 25 77 92 01

CVR 35612831

MobilPay: 25 77 92 01


This year's scheduled general meeting of the Friends of the Museum The Polish in May and the annual Season Opening in June for members has been canceled due to the Corona crisis. A planned Polish Catholic mass in the museum is also canceled.

Members of the Friends Association will receive further information by letter in which the 2019 activities will be also mentioned. There will also be a review of the plans for 2020, and it is our hope that we can open Museum as planned in July and August.

We have already lost some revenue from canceled group visits in May and June.

Marek Kocuba and Torsten Elsvor

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The project is co-financed by the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs from Polonia funds.
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