If you are interested in architecture you can find a variety of both historical and modern architecture in Middelfart and Fredericia. You can visit Middelfart's harbour front and Culture House, beautifully situated with a panoramic view of both Little Belt Bridges. Fredericia is home to historical buildings and sites, but modern architectural projects are under way as well. A large area by the harbour front is being developed into a new Canal District with uniquely designed buildings. A winner has also been found in an architectural competition for the renewal of the Ramparts in Fredericia.
If you are particularly interested in churches and church architecture Fredericia and Middelfart offer a range of beautiful churches.
The Canal District by the Little Belt will be a vibrant and sustainable district with up to 2.800 new workplaces and around 1.000 residences.
The beautiful town hall fortunately survived Prussian bombardments during the 1864 war. Today, the Town Hall is a historic gem and a fine example of Danish architectural heritage.
The historical Ramparts of Fredericia are facing an exciting architectural renewal. Read about the plans and take a look at the visualisations.
There are several churches in the area. Visit Husby church in Middelfart or the Reformed Church in Fredericia, which is the only reformed church in Denmark outside of Copenhagen.
When you arrive at CLAY Museum of Ceramic Art Denmark, you will notice two very different buildings; the traditional main building (Grimmerhus) and the under/over-ground extension, towards Lillbælt.
Here, homes, cafés, the marina, the old harbour, KulturØen and Middelfart Sparekasses award-winning headquarters admiras.