Historiecenter Dybboel Banke is set up at Dybboel Banke in the middle of the ski slope at Dybboel. The center was built in 1992 by architects Ernst Lohse and Michael Freddie and communicates the story of the Battle of Dybboel and the war in 1864, especially through slides and films. There has been reconstructed a shot, a runway and two soldier bars.
At Dybbøl Banke lies Dybboel Moelle. Around the museum there are various other memorials about the war in 1864. For example, a memorial to Louis Appia and Charles van de Velde, who participated as world first Red Cross observers. The area is part of the National Park Dybboel Skanser from 1924. It is not a national park according to the Danish National Park Act from 2007 but may continue to use the name. 
Dybboel Banks previously housed Düppel Denkmal, a German victory monument, which was erected in 1865. It was blurred shortly after World War II and has not been restored.