Discover the best top things to do in Boerkop, Denmark including Skaerup Zoo, Madsby Parken, Belle Kunst, Brejning Church, Oekolariet, Fredericia Vold, Kellers Minde, Fredericia Theater, Landsoldatpladsen, Det Bruunske Pakhus.
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4 based on 57 reviews
Nice little zoo, and compared to the size of the zoo they have a pretty wide selection of animals you don't see around in all other zoo's. Only minus is that like most other zoo's it would be nice if some of the animals had more space especially the big cats.
4.5 based on 117 reviews
Based on Tripadvisor, we decided to visit Madsby Parken on our way from Copenhagen to Legoland. There were all kinds of activites for kids, a place for picnic, small kiosk with snacks & coffee, plus an animal farm. The park had a nice retro feeling. Definitely worth visiting!
4.5 based on 5 reviews
Galleriet ligger i et naturskønt område i nærheden af Vejle.
Foruden kunst er der en afdeling med ægte tæpper.
Man får en rigtig god betjening. Det er et dejligt sted at komme.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
nice building, minimalistic interior. beautiful inside. never been to the mess, however seems like they have a corner for the kids.
4.5 based on 125 reviews
The Ecolarium is a knowledge centre and Experimentarium in Vejle Through Exhibitions, teaching and events our visitors learn about nature, environment, energy, climate, food, health, innovation and much more. Every year, up to 58.000 children, young people and grown-ups from Denmark and abroad visit the Ecolarium, and everyone is invited to see our Exhibitions and to join teaching and guided tours. Our Exhibitions and teaching are always related to society, and we have a local, regional, national and international angle on all the various topics that we deal with.
4.5 based on 123 reviews
We visited the Fredericia ‘Vold’ whilst visiting the town during a day stop over. We had used a local walking tour but with a bit of pre planning and investigation, the visitor could quite easily conduct themselves around the town themselves.
The ‘Vold’ is a series of substantial earth works built to protect the town and port from invading armies (we believe that there was conflict with Sweden at the time). These defences are still well preserved and a student of military history of this period may find a walk along the line of earthwork bastions interesting. Failing that it is a pleasant enough area to walk, away from the traffic and on an elevated footpath with views back over the town.
There are plenty of cannons and mortars and examples of ordnance here as well to look at which helps the visitor make sense of the layout. Some of the gateways made through the lines of defence are worth a look with their substantial doors and arches complete with dates making for some good photos.
If you are visiting, make sure to take a trip up the water tower (small charge for entry), as the views from the top are quite remarkable and certainly worth climbing the stairs for.
4 based on 10 reviews
Interesting but nothing out of the ordinary. You can get an idea of how the disabled (mentally and physically) lived in the old days. It is only open on Tuesday mornings and Saturday afternoons. Admission is 30 dkk for adults and 15 dkk for kids.
4.5 based on 115 reviews
Fredericia Teater is not just another small town theatre.
As a resident of Fredericia I have seen quite a few of their productions, and particularly their musicals are exceptional; - they tend to be the latest, and often quirkiest, from off-Broadway, but recently with some of their own productions.
Recently, though, they have had an attention-upgrade, since they were chosen to host the European staging of Disneys Aladdin.
Generally they work under the constraints that a tight budget and relatively small stage give them, but they use it to their advantage.
Only minus for foreigners: Only in Danish...
Note: I get one ticket for each performance in return for writing a review of the show (meaning that my wife and I get a 50% discount), but this review is not part of that deal.
They do not specify, nor censor my reviews, as I post them om my personal blog.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
We paused at the Landsoldat Pladsen (The Brave Soldier Square), whilst on an organised walking tour of Fredericia We had just visited the ‘Vold’ or the old town ramparts and our guide led us here for a short break before moving on.
The square is not large and is dominated by a statue of a Danish soldier of the period of the 1849 siege of Frederica when the forces of the Schleswig-Holstein state were first kept out, and then pushed back from the town in a famous military victory. The statue stands on a plinth surrounded by a well-manicured lawn with benches provided, making it a pleasant area to rest and relax.
To one side is a small military museum, and entrance was free on the day of our visit. There are also limited toilet facilities at the rear of the building. On the day of our visit the weather was warm and sunny, and a number of tourists were visiting the area and having their photos taken in front of the statue.
Following our stay here, our party moved off to visit the ‘White Water Tower’ which is located nearby.
If you are visiting the town here and are looking for a quiet spot to sit on a sunny day and watch the world go by, then as visit here will not disappoint.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
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