Plenty to do from dawn to dusk

In Horsens, there is always something to do.

We collect the city’s many activities in the list below and provide inspiration for what to do while you are here.

Remember to point out everything you find interesting in My VisitHorsens, then you always have your personal travel guide to hand. That way, you make the most of your visit and take away a host of good memories.

Welcome to Horsens.

Adventures in all kinds of weather

Whether you prefer shopping, culture or activities that raise your pulse – Horsens combines urban life, welcoming streets and parks with the calm and beautiful nature of the province.

The city is full of adventures all year round, on rainy days, during the cold of winter and when the sun is shining from a clear sky. Activities, entertainment and events for young and old – including  the free pleasures – suited for both the family holiday and an adventure with your sweetheart or spouse.

The possibilities are there, for both relaxation, activities for children and active holidaying with  walks in fresh air, canoeing along the most beautiful part of the river Gudenåen as well as cycling and sailing with the bicycle ferry between Alrø and Snaptun.

Check out: Accommodation in Horsens

 

From art to culture to good food and entertainment

Explore the historical museums, and enjoy the art in the cityscape, at the Horsens Art Museum and galleries. Stop off at Denmark’s Industrial Museum and Fængslet for more captivating exhibitions.

Eateries and restaurants invite you to enjoy Danish food and dishes from cultures across the world and, when dusk falls, you can experience a pulsating nightlife and the amazing light along the coast and at the harbour.

Enjoy live performances, concerts, festivals, theatre performances, stand-up shows, sports events and other events both in the city and its surrounding areas. The calendar is always updated with local events and the highlights of every year.

Or venture outside the city boundaries and discover other popular attractions, such as The Uncovered Bridge near Brædstrup, the rabbit island Endelave, which is one of Denmark’s most inviting islands, as well as Fyelmose Nature and Fishing Park.

We also recommend our guides to Horsens in 24 and 48 hours, respectively.