Café Gaslight is The Industrial Museum's idea of combining exquisite meals with a fine historical setting.
Café Gaslight has got its name from the former gasworks in Horsens. The gasworks with its large gas tanks was situated where you now find Café Gaslight
The raw walls and the metal sheets in the floor tell us that this was once a production building - and with the Arena radios on the wall, a line is drawn to the period when Hede Nielsen's radios were turned on in every home.
Café Gaslight is a public café where you can have lunch or coffee without visiting the museum. Large groups have to book a table in advance