Architecture and Churches

Photo: Niels Martner

Fredericia and Middelfart is home to many different churches as well as historical, military og modern architecture. Oh, and let's not forget the two iconic bridges...

The Old Little Belt Bridge

Photo: Niels Martner

The New Little Belt Bridge

Photo: Niels Martner

Historical architecture

In Middelfart and Fredericia, you will find many fine examples of historical architecture. Here are some of our favourites...

The Gates of Fredericia

If you are interested in historical architecture the gates of the Ramparts of Fredericia are worth a visit. They were built in 1753 and the 1920's. Th...


The gatehouse in the middle of Middelfart previously belonged to Hindsgavl Castle. Adlerhus was the entry gate to Hindsgavl Castle. The architect r...

Meldahls Rådhus (former town hall)

The former Town Hall is named after architect Ferdinand Meldahl and was inaugurated on July 6th, 1860.  Meldahl is also the architect who designed the...


Teglgårdsparken - A city within a city Already upon arrival you sense the strict symmetry in this construction.. "Lunatic Asylum in Middelfart", wh...

Good news - modern architecture

There are many historical buildings in Fredericia and Middelfart, but it's not all golden oldies. If you are looking for contemporary lines and modern architecture, here are a few pointers.... 


Photo: VisitMiddelfart

Nature Centre Hindsgavl

Photo: Niels Martner


Photo: Kanalbyen i Fredericia

Renewal of the Ramparts

Photo: Fredericia Kommune / Erik Brandt Dam Arkitekter


Photo: VisitMiddelfart

Middelfart Sparekasse

Photo: VisitMiddelfart

Fredericia and Middelfart will keep you busy, if you're into church architecture. Discover 800 year old village churches, beautiful, traditional  churches and modern churches like Christianskirken in Fredericia, which is known for its remarkable shape and art works by famous artist Bjørn Nørgaard. 



Photo: Lars Vitting