Right beside the Cathedral an old wrought-iron gate shows you the way to the Klosterhaven (convent garden).
The convent garden is a fine little geometrically laid out garden, which architect I. P. Sørensen drew in the 1920’s.
It consists of a small atrium garden with aromatic roses and herbs. During spring the bulbs take over and during summer lots of annuals the beds reign.
In the larger part of the garden a collection of more than 125 herbs, some with medicinal purposes, can be found. Some of the herbs are well known for their medicinal uses – others are more unusual.