Fisheries and Maritime Museum
Embedded in city’s history, fishing and maritime industries have been essential for its development through the centuries. Visit a great Fisheries and Maritime Museum to learn about it. It also features a superb aquarium in its complex.
Located just 45 minutes from Esbjerg, LegoLand Billund is the ideal family day out. Marvel at massive Lego structures and experience a wide variety of thrill rides that will take your breath away!
Sometimes written as Fanoe Island, this small island is located close to Esbjerg’s harbour It offers peace and tranquillity in a beautiful setting along with many museum and galleries located on the island.
Man meets the Sea
These 9m tall white sculptures are located in city’s harbour meet all ships coming in the port. Four sculptures were first unveiled in 1995 and remain to date one of the city’s top landmarks.
Visit the Wadden Sea Centre and learn everything about the Danish Wadden Sea which has the status as national park since 2010. Join the tours, experience the unique marsh landscape and catch a glimpse on about 12 million birds, which visit the area twice each year, and the large population of seals.
Have a fun day at Svømmestadion Denmark which is the largest bathing and swimming facility in the country. While the waterpark promises fun and action for young and old, the spa and wellness area invites to relax.