Take a trip with the beautiful old veteran train in Hedeland. Every Sunday throughout the summer, Veteranbanen runs and departures at 10.30 and 11.00, thereafter every 45 minutes until 15.30. Also visit the museum and get wiser on Denmark’s industrial tracks through the ages.
Visit and drive with Hedelands Veteranbane - At HVB you can get out and drive on a 5 km. long train ride through the former gravel pit area which for over 30 years, has been transformed into a wonderful recreational area, with lots of nature and wildlife.
The trains run on steam and engine locomotives that are between 60 and 100 years old and previously served on narrow-gauge industrial tracks.
Schedule for 2022
The train runs every Sunday from 15 May to 11 September – A trip by train usually starts from Hedehusgård station and runs towards Fem Ege with the first ride at. 10.30. A detailed timetable and ticket prices can be found here.
In addition, there are Wednesday evening tours on June 8, July 13 and August 10 at. 17, 18, 19.10 and 20.10 from Hedehusgården.
Tickets for the train can be purchased at the kiosk or on board the train. You will find Hedehusgård station at Brandhøjgårdsvej 2, 2640 Hedehusene.
Bringing food is allowed and a good idea if you want to spend time in
Hedeland Nature Park
Museum shop / kiosk can be found on site with the possibility of e.g. to buy ice cream
Private parking space
Tickets can be purchased at the Kiosk
Viking Ship Museum: 27 minutes walk
Roskilde Museum: 36 minutes walk
Museum of Modern Art: 38 minutes walk
Roskilde Cathedral: 38 minutes walk
YouFly: 41 minutes walk
Roskilde University: 3.8 km
Fjordlandet, or Fjord Country, covers the scenic areas around Roskilde Fjord and Isefjord. The towns and landscape of Fjordlandet are filled with vibrant stories, while its harbours are abuzz with activity. On a summer day you’ll encounter beach guests, sailors, fishermen, nature lovers, birdwatchers, history buffs and Viking enthusiasts.
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