History isn’t the cheeriest subject in the world. It is full of misery, massacres, hardship and pain, even in a country as notoriously ‘happy’ as Denmark. The Occupation Museum thus becomes even more important, documenting as it does the World War II occupation of the country by Nazi Germany. This very building served as a Gestapo headquarters during the war, adding an extra layer of impact to it all. Learn the story of Aarhus in World War II at this most poignant spot.