In early March 2013, the project Hangar begun.
In 2008 Knivholt Manor and Nordjyllands Kystmuseum acquired one of the two old German hangars built in 1941, which still exists and is located near the Knivholt Forest. The plan is that the hangar in 2015, to be communication center of the history that has unfolded in and around the hangar.
During April 2013 the renovation will begin. The site will be open to the public, who will be able to follow the restoration.
Not many people know that Frederikshavns location was one of the reasons that Germany occupied Denmark during the second World War. The Germans had to have access to the waters around Norway.
The Germans set up operations in Frederikshavn with 4000 soldiers, 350 bunkers, aerodrome and hangars. In Frederikshavn there are still two hangars, which are the only ones of their kind preserved in Denmark. It is therefore a unique piece of history that is under restoration when one hangar is returned to its original state.
Tourists and locals will be able to come by and follow the restoration.