Guided tour to deportation center
11:40 AM11:40

Guided tour to deportation center

Every first Saturday of the month, new interns and volunteers in Trampoline House are offered a guided tour in one of the Danish asylum centers by one of the members of the house. Are you wondering what a Danish asylum center looks like from the inside and what life conditions are offered to asylum seekers in Denmark, then join one or more of these tours.

This month, Zohra will guide people around deportation center Sjælsmark, where she lives, from 11:40 am–1:40 pm. Please meet her in front of the gate to Sjælsmark at 11:40 am sharp!

All guided tours are free (donations to our guides are appreciated) and open to Trampoline House interns and volunteers only. You are responsible for covering your own travel expenses. Remember to bring photo ID which you need to present at the entrance.

To register for the tour, please send an email to no later than two days before the tour.

Directions from Københavns Hovedbanegård (Copenhagen Central Station):

10:31 am: Take regional train 20439 (Re 20439, direction Helsingør) to Rungsted Kyst Station.
10:59 am: Get off at Rungsted Kyst Station and walk 3 min. to bus 381 on the eastern side of the station.
11:20 am: Take bus 381 (direction Allerød Station) to Sjælsmark Landsbyen (Sjælsmarkvej).
11:38 am: Get off at Sjælsmark Landsbyen (Sjælsmarkvej) and walk 3 min. to Sjælsmarkvej 10.
11:40 am: Zohra will meet you at the gate.

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