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By Air

Airports nearest to Koge are sorted by the distance to the airport from the city centre.

Kobenhavn Roskilde Airport (distanced approximately 15 km)
Ringsted Airport (distanced approximately 23 km)
Kobenhavn Kastrup Airport (distanced approximately 35 km)
Vaerlose Mil Airport (distanced approximately 36 km)
Avno (Dan-Afb) Airport (distanced approximately 50 km)

By Train

Koge station is the principal railway station of the town.There are also railway stations in the northern suburb of olby Lyng and in the southern suburb of Herfolge.

By Road

The partial Y interchange where the Danish part of the motorway E20 meet the Danish part of the motorway E47 and E55 is located only few kilometers northwest of Koge.

By Ferry

The Port of Koge is one of the oldest ports in Denmark but has been modernised over the last few years.Since 2002, there has been a ferry connection to Ronne on the Baltic island of Bornholm, operated by BornholmerFaergen.

Key places to visit
Koge Museum, Koge Torv, Kjoge Mini-Town, Koge Stadion


Places to Visit

Koge Museum

Koge Museum is located at 4 Norregade in a preserved former merchant's house from the year 1619.Further down the street, in No. 29, lies KOS - museum of art in public spaces.It is the only art museum in Denmark dedicated specifically to sketches and models for art works in the public realm.Among its holdings is the original model for The Little Mermaid in Copenhagen.

Koge Torv

Koge Torv the market square is with an area of almost 1 hectare (2.5 acres), the largest town square in Denmark outside Copenhagen and the largest and best-preserved medieval town square in Denmark.There are fair days on the square Wednesday and Saturday.

Kjoge Mini-Town

is a historically correct model of the town from the year 1865 – built to a scale of 1:10.If you are in the neighbourhood of the town Koge, you should not miss a visit to Kjoge Mini-Town which is a working museum situated at Strandvejen 101 on a very attractive 14.000 m2 site nearby the sea, hotels and camping sites.More than 100 people, mostly retired workmen, are building Koge as it looked in 1865 in a 1:10 scale.Everyone is working voluntarily.When visiting our mini-town, you will be invited to see the workshops in which the houses are built from homemade bricks, tiles windows ect.In addition, Kjoge Mini-Town has a "shipbuilding yard" of its own in which ship´s models are buillt.After launch, the models are moored in the habour of the mini-town.

Koge Stadion

is a multi-use stadium in Koge, Denmark.It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Koge BK.The stadium holds 10,000 people and opened in 1932.

Right Time to Visit

May - September