Contact:

  • Marcussen & Søn - Orgelbyggeri A/S
    Storegade 24
    DK - 6200 Aabenraa

    Directions
    By car: Aabenraa is located approximately 30 km north of the German border. From E45, take the exit 70 Aabenraa. Follow Løgumklostervej (24) towards Aabenraa. Go right at Vestvejen, left at Langrode, and take the first exit in the roundabout down Callesensgade. Turn left at Vestergade, left at Sct. Nicolai Gade, and then Marcussen & Søn are situated at the right side (eastwards). Turn at the sign of ‘Sydbank’, and find our parking space to the right, behind our workshop buildings. Our address, if you travel by car: Sct. Nicolai Gade 24.

    On foot:
    Storegade is a pedestrian street. You will find Marcussen & Søn behind the black wooden gate next to the stairs. Walk into the courtyard and enter through the green wooden gate. Alternatively you can walk through the passage between Storegade 24 and Storegade 22.
  • +45 74 62 23 50

  • info@marcussen-son.dk

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Our external environment


We appreciate our location in the centre of Aabenraa, and therefore we want to contribute to the experiences in our local area. At the same time we are conscious about the importance of thinking about the environment, to the benefit of the following generations.

Our workshops are housed in beautiful old buildings in the town of Aabenraa in South Jutland. In 1744 the estate was owned by Mayor Peter Taysen, in 1802 by chancellery counsel Kanüts, followed in 1813 by district bailiff Sivers, and since 1830 it has been the property of Marcussen & Søn. Today the buildings are listed, and we preserve them without modernizations of neither the façade nor the courtyard environment, making it possible to admire the old architectural traits in the future.

In the production we also use tailored tools from the long history of our firm, and as a whole our workshops are an exciting place for visitors – and not only for organ enthusiasts. As a result, manager Claudia Zachariassen and her employees have at many occasions given tours in the workshops and told about organ manufacturing.