Ribe Cathedral

12 unique things to do in South Jutland and the West Coast

Mad medieval tournaments, dancing sky-displays from a million birds swooping as one, giant monuments overlooking the ocean… Wonders dot the ancient borderland of South Jutland and the West Coast, a place where natural drama and history combine to make a fascinating destination.

GDK Tirpitz Museum

Go beneath the dunes at the Tirpitz Museum

Hidden incredibly in the sand dunes of the West Coast, you’ll discover the Tirpitz Museum, designed by famous architect Bjarke Ingels. This unique bunker museum tells not only the story of the Atlantic Wall during World War II, but also the history of the region. See Denmark’s largest ‘Gold of the Sea’ (amber) collection here!

Denmark's oldest town Ribe

Get a feel for the Denmark of old in Ribe

Ribe is not bad looking, when you consider it’s 1300 years old! Officially Denmark’s oldest town, Ribe is full of charm and things to see like the Viking Museum and Viking Centre, ancient streets and a cathedral with spectacular views from its tower.

LEGO® House

Rekindle your love of play at the Legoland Billund Resort

Did you know that Denmark is the home of the brick? LEGO was created here, in this very region and a trip to the place where LEGO started is a pilgrimage the whole family will enjoy. Combine a trip to the original LEGOLAND at Billund with the iconic LEGO House nearby, designed by Bjarke Ingels.