Ebeltoft is an old port town on the central east coast of Denmark with a population of 7,468 (1 January 2014). It is located in Syddjurs municipality in Region Midtjylland on the larger Djursland peninsula of Jutland.
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4.5 based on 245 reviews
The ship itself is impressive and very well kept. You can spend hours walking around it. Sometimes there are entertaining arrangements or the possibility of buying food like they made it on the ship when it was operational - check the time table. Great interactive museum in the building - good fun for all ages. There is also a vast souvenir shop with lots of decorating art and crafts. Note: It's not recommended to eat at the very poor and expensive restaurant next to the ship. Service is terrible (kids that don't know anything), food is not home made and prices are steep - walk 5 minutes uptown instead to restaurant "Mellem Jyder" or another place in the old part of Ebeltoft.
4 based on 131 reviews
Glasmuseet Ebeltoft is a modern, active museum for contemporary glass. Changing Exhibitions throughout the year, international collection, digital learning space, shop, café and garden. Activities in the glass workshop during school holidays.
We visited when the temporary exhibition "Sloth" was there. This was the most interesting part of the Exhibitions. It was really good craftsmanship and very inspiring.
The permanent exhibition is also very interesting, but much less provoking and creative...in my opinion.
We went here with our 9 year old son and there are plenty of activities for entertaining kids. Including interactive Exhibitions, an exploration suitcase, competitions etc.
4 based on 62 reviews
The old charming city hall placed directly at the cobbled walking street in central Ebeltoft has a distinct and reckognizable profile.
Cute, historical and beautiful from the outside, this city hall is one of the most romantic and sought after to keep your wedding on.
Inside is really not much to see, a few small rooms - but there is an awesome dungeon for prisoners, dark, cold, creepy and moist.
The entrance is free so it's difficult to be disappointed, even if you don't take much interest, but if you pass it anyway, try take a look.
4 based on 38 reviews
The entrance is free to pop in at take a look at the old fabric colouring factory and you get to enter all the old factory rooms, stables, servants quarters, attic room and the owners living room as well as the small beautiful garden with a lake.
Directly access from the idyllic cobbled walking street you should definitely spend half an hour discovering this gem that gives a great glimpse back in time. I am still a bit amazed that the entrance was completely free, thanks.
4 based on 16 reviews
The area is really nothing special. It's a cluster of vacation homes with its own small piers for boats.
It is a fine enough area for taking a short walk, but if in Ebeltoft there are so many other and better places for that.
Unless you have a big interest in small boats, there is absolutely no reason to go here.
4 based on 13 reviews
from the outside this free museum looks a little doll but what a surprise when you enter. you step back 100 years and with one step travel to Siam - Thailand. a collection that most likely does not exist elsewhere in the world and will never be collected again - like the skin of an almost 5 meter long crocodile, plenty of nice China and and
4.5 based on 5 reviews
4 based on 4 reviews
If you continue a walk in Ebeltoft from the town square and into Adelgade you will meet another smaller square on your left hand - close to the street stands a funny sculpture in human size smoking a cigar leaning on a stick. The man figure has a big moustache and indeed looks quite old. But the skin may deceive as we all know, since the figure represents a pharmacy apprentice who got in trouble more than a hundred years ago.
He visited a young girl in her room serving at the mayor's home. At that time some people would take this naughty act as an offence against morality which was even too high in those days, I will be free to say.
The mayor caught the two turtledoves and put them in jail and at court the girl got sentenced 2 days with water and bread and the naughty boy 4 days in simple imprisonment - this is what the story tells, if you dig a bit deeper!
I think the statue has hit a funny expression and the story makes me give this quite simple thing as much as 4 stars. Amusement and surprises are always welcomed!
The statue is from 2001 and made by Holger Bendstrup after a wooden figure from 1965 cut for people who does something extraordinary for the town of Ebeltoft.
4 based on 5 reviews
Ørnbjerg Mølle i Naturparkens Mols er en fantastisk flot oplevelse hvor man kan se en gammel mølle + et gammelt hus. Det er muligt at overnatte i de 2 Shelters på stedet. Hvirvler også revet ildsted og brænde. Der er ældre toilet på stedet + vand.
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