The self guided tour starts at the visitor entrance at the parking area. Follow the signs around the area. The tour ends through the main building. In Café Solaire you can get inspiration for energy savings. You are welcome to take some brochures and buy small energy models of various kinds.
Open all days
30 DKK per person
Children under 12 free of charge
15. June - 01. September
Monday and Thursday at 11am
2 hour guided tour
50 DKK per person (children under 12 free of charge)
Study groups with guided tours can come according to agreement all year round.
Price: 350 DKK (50 €) at weekdays and 600 (90 €) in the weekend, plus 25 DKK (3,25 €) per person.
We raise the awareness about energy savings and renewable energy of the thousands of visitors, both individuals and groups, who visit Folkecenter every year. Visitors are given an explanatory talk and see full scale, functioning renewable energy solutions: solar, wind power, transportation with plant oil and hydrogen. Integration of energy systems demonstrates a future sustainable community.
Those who are interested can prepare themselves by clicking here for a virtual tour.
Today, February 23rd, Nordic Folkecenter received the visit from a student who wanted to know more about community power. Maelle Caussarieu, this is her name, comes from France, where she studied a bachelor on Urban Planning at the Université de Rennes 2.
The delegation consisted of five people for each of the four Turkish communities (Diyarbakır, Van, Çanakkale and Burdur) involved
in the project. The participants were policy makers, municipality representer, local organizations and associations, university
professors and engineers.
Nordic Folkecenter is not only a destination for energy experts, but it is also visited by many people
who are not in the energy sector, yet.
Sjouke is only one of the cases of Folkecenter's trainees who built their career around renewable energy topics: other former trainees are now experts in a particular renewable technology, professors in universities and, as Sjouke, entrepreneurs in the renewable energy field.
Dr. Ibrahim Togola, founder and director of Mali Folkecenter, visited Nordic Folkecenter for explaining his achievements in rural electrification