Discover the best top things to do in Hoejer, Denmark including Hoejer Sluse, Nolde Stiftung Seebuell, Hjerpsted Kirke, Vidaslusen, Det Gamle Apotek, Aventoft Kirke, Hoejer Molle, Museum Sonderjylland Kulturhistorie Tonder, Graensestene i Rudboel, Mogeltonder Church.
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4 based on 49 reviews
Behind Højer Sluse was a safe trading port with traffic and busy companies. Højer Sluse was built at the same time with the Højer-Siltoft dike in 1861. In the past, the ships could safely enter the Højer Canal. With an open lock in the dike ships with masts could sail into Højer Harbor, which was situated within the dike. The port was connected with the lock factory, which produced feed flour. Højer Havn was used primarily as a port of call, especially for building materials, fuel and fertilizer for the local businesses. But for many years, the harbor was also the framework for tourist traffic. Guests to the Sild spa baths traveled to and from the Wadden Sea with a steamship from Højer, where they came by train. On the route from Hamburg, extra train was taken in and drove directly to the quayside at the lock.
Imposing and incredibly beautiful views of the Wadden Sea. Lots of birdlife and a fantastic piece of Danish nature.
4.5 based on 103 reviews
This place is in the middle of nowhere but there are plenty of brown signs to follow, so we got there no problem. The site is beautiful, with ample parking and a wonderful, modern entrance building, completed in 2009. This houses the ticket desk, shop, cafe, work rooms and cinema. We watched the one hour film, thankfully with English subtitles and it was a very helpful introduction to Nolde and his work, life and house. We enjoyed excellent coffee and cake in the stylish cafe and a delightful stroll around the wonderful cottage garden. Finally we entered the house museum, not a pretty building, but containing many beautiful paintings. The whole 3 hour experience was perfect.
3 based on 1 reviews
Hjerpsted Kirke er Danmarks sydvestligste kirke.
Kirken er oprindeligt bygget i romansk stil omkring 1130.
Der har senere været renoveringer, tilbygninger og nedrivninger, men den ældste del af kirken - kor og skib - er bevaret.
Hjerpsted Kirke ligger meget markant nær vadehavskysten ved landevejen fra Højer mod Rømø
Kirken ligger fuldstændig åbent på en bakkeø uden for Hjerpsted, som et monument, eller som om den vil skærme byen mod det barske vejr, der ofte kommer fra sydvest.
4 based on 25 reviews
Højer Ny Sluse (Vidåslusen) was completed in 1981. It consists of three concrete chambers with each two wooden doors. There is a car park and a restaurant close to the lock.
4.5 based on 72 reviews
A lot of different crafts and gift ideas. One will find what one did not know you missed spread in more than 40 rooms. Even Christmas items all year through. It is situated in a beautiful building from 1595, the house of The Old Pharmacy. In 1671 it was transformed from being a residential house into a pharmacy and had this function until 1989.
3 based on 1 reviews
Mange af de danskere, der besøger Aventoft, kommer nok ikke længere end til grænsebutikkerne.
Men hvis man kører helt igennem byen mod Rudbøl/Rosenkranz, kommer man til Aventoft Kirke på højre hånd.
Det er nydelig landsbykirke.
Kirken er oprindelig en senromansk landsbykirke fra 1200-tallet, men der senere gennemført flere om- og tilbygninger. I 1700-tallet blev kirken forlænget mod øst, og der blev lavet våbenhus mod syd.
Aventoft Kirke ligger flot på en lille bakke over Dorfstrasse.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Hoyer is a good spot to cycle to as we'd did from Tonder. The mill is a quietly splendid piece of industrial architecture. The cafe was delightful and we could sit outside and walked through the small formal Gardens in the miller's house next door. Carry on to the coast if you have the time.
4.5 based on 45 reviews
A really nice find. The museum itself is divided into rooms, and most have guides written in English or German as well as Danish. Unfortunately this does not extend to everywhere hence only 4 stars. The old furniture is really interesting. There is a room for lace making and one filed with ancient maps. A turn through a low door takes you to the old prison, which contain a number of rooms which have panels which the prisoners inscribed some unique graffitti in the 19th century.
The watertowere itself has about 8 levels all with examples of the furniture made by Wenger. The top most floor has 360 degree views, and offers distance views over the city of Tonder, as well as farmlands. The room itself is really a conference room, which in my view would be a bit depressing if the sun wasn't shining.
The Art Museum, is full of Modern Art, not my style, but a nice building with a cafe/shop.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Efter krigen 1864 blev Slesvig tabt til Preussen , men i 1920 kom Nordslesvig eller Sønderjylland hjem til Danmark og der blev trukket en ny grænse på tværs af landet og grænsekommisionen satte grænsesten, der er idag ialt 280 stk, den mest kendte er nok den i Rudbøl som ligger midt på vejen. D for Danmark og DRP for Deutsches Reich Preussen står der på stenen og så har stenen nummer 242. Som stenen ligger tæt ved det gamle danske toldsted/paskontrol kan man nemt parkere og lige gå ud på vejen og stå med et ben i Danmark og et i Tyskland, men pas på trafikken!
En god oplevelse med en masse historie.
Kan anbefales f or alle.
4.5 based on 36 reviews
The church that we visited does not resemble the photo above, nor is thhe address the same. The Mogeltonder Church we visited was in Mogeltonder, not in Tonder (a larger town several kilometers to the east). That said, the church in Mogeltonder should not be missed.
Mogeltønder, is a tiny, picturesque and (at least on the early June day we visited – and except for us) tourist-free town. We were rewarded with one of the most amazing churches we have ever seen. The exterior is quite plain, whitewashed stone with parts dating from 1180 to 1763; but the interior is a knockout. Every possible inch of the ceiling is painted, the graceful floral and vine motif setting off the gilded 17th Century altarpiece, a stunning example of Baroque that suggests a bit of lingering Catholic influence. Frescoes depicting Apostles and other saints and the life of Christ feature prominently. Each row of pews apparently belonged to a family; marking the end of each row was a painted wooden plaque bearing the image and a saint and a family name.
The church's location is at the western end of Slotsgare.
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