The Dragon Museum, Jydske Dragon Regiments Historical Collection is located at the Base in Holstebro.
The museum contains historical effects from "The Randers Dragons" until today with main emphasis on the period after 1953, when Holstebro Base was built.
The Dragon Museum, the Jutland Dragon Regiment's Historical Collection, was officially inaugurated during a large festival in April 2013 after having resided at the Holstebro Museum.
The museum contains historical effects from "De Randers Dragoner" and to this day with the main emphasis on the period from 1953, when the Base were built in Holstebro.
Come and listen to the disused Trumpeter Corps and see historical squadron and unit photos, regiment table, historical radios and phones, uniforms and headgear, historical fittings, historical weapons, images and films on interactive print screens, brand collection, old diaries, parts of the regiment's international service and buy soldier-related souvenirs.
Access via the main guard. Follow the directions from here.
Entrance: DKK 20 for non-members. Children free.
The museum is open Fridays at. 13:00 - 15:00. However, Good Friday, July and the last two Fridays closed in December.
In addition, the Dragon Museum opens for groups by arrangement. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Kristian Klinkby Tel. (+45) 6126 5980.