The Lego is a Danish product, so of course, you’ll find Legoland in Denmark. Located in Billund, it features displays made of Legos, rides, and opportunities to build your structures from Legos.
Wadden Sea National Park and UNESCO World Heritage Site on Denmark’s west coast is an important bird and wildlife area, where visitors can walk on the sandy beaches, explore nearby towns, visit museums, and hunt for oysters. The Vikings had a lot of influence in Denmark over 1,000 years ago, and the Jelling Rune Stones (UNESCO-listed) tell stories from that time. In addition to the rune stones, the experience center at Kongernes Jelling provides insight to the Viking era and interactive exhibits. The town of Ribe is Denmark’s oldest, over 1,300 years! Cobblestone streets, the Cathedral from 1200, well-preserved buildings, and museums, all tell the centuries-long story of this historic town. The UNESCO-listed town of Christiansfeld takes you back to 1773. You can stroll along the beautiful sandy beaches that line Denmark’s west coast.
The Lake District, an outdoor playground of forests and lakes offering activities such as fishing, hiking, biking, paddling, swimming, and relaxing. Aarhus is a modern, vibrant city, featuring a quaint Old Town open-air museum. Explore Mols Bjerge National Park on the Djursland peninsula, with hiking trails through the varied landscape, historical monuments, and Kalø Castle ruins. The Infinite Bridge allows you to walk, with no end. It’s a work of art and a source of activity & appreciation of the nature surrounding it. Family-friendly options in the Aarhus region include theme parks, a wildlife park, and an aquarium. Visit the historic town of Ebeltoft, with charming streets and buildings, gardens, shops, and restaurants.