In 1992, a large number of beautiful mediaeval frescoes was disclosed in the aisle of Nibe Church. St. George and his tale of sufferings is one of many stories of the frescoes. The frescoes are made by two different workshops, viz. the "Sæby Workshop" and the "Sebber Workshop".
Nibe Church was built in the 1400s, originally as an annex to Vokslev. Nibe Church has since gone through an extensive restoration from 1989-1996 and appears today as an extremely bright and beautiful building. The restoration included the church building as well as the church.
The votive ship of Nibe Church is one of the most peculiar and distinctive votive ships in Denmark, as it is a herring fishing boat symbolizing the original prosperity of Nibe, due to the herring fishery at the Limfjord.
Opening Hours at Nibe Church
Nibe church is open Monday- Friday 09.00-15.30
In the period, 1/4 - 31/10, the church is open Monday- Saturday 09.00-15.30.
The church is however always closed during Nibe Festival.