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Bridgewalking - the prospect of something special

We cannot wait to welcome you and your family in the heights of the new major attraction of Middelfart and Fredericia. You need to travel to Sydney or Auckland to try something similar!

You can go to Sydney or Lillebælt (The Little Belt). In both places, you can walk above a bridge. Experience the height. The sinking feeling. The spectacular and unimpeded view. Enjoy the water. The ships. The view towards the land. The weather. The weak shaking of the bridge when a train is rumbling over the bridge. Bridgewalking Lillebælt is a new, unique attraction in Europe. Please come along and have quite a memorable experience, which has not been possible in Europe before. As Her Majesty Crown Princess Mary said when she opened the new attraction: WAUW!

Bridgewalking tour

The walk starts at The Welcome Centre. Here our very skilled guides will meet and prepare you for the wonderful walk you are going to take. You will walk together from the Welcome Centre to The Old Lillebelt Bridge where you will be connecting to a security system - and then you are going up! At a height af 60 metres, you will cross the bridge. During the walk, the guide will inform you of the bridge architecture, the history, the buildings and the nature around Lillebælt. We look forward to welcoming you in the heights!

Practical information


Do not bring cameras (or other objects) up on the bridge. The guides take pictures which then gets uploaded onto their website, where you can go in and get them.

Prices online

Adults: DKK 285,-
Children under 16 yrs.: DKK 215,-

Facts about Bridgewalking

- The walk will take app. 2 hours including security instructions and changing
- The tour takes place 60 metres above the Lillebælt surface
- You will go in groups (20 persons at a time)
- Bridge Walking is only possible two other places in the world (Sydney and Auckland)

You must be min. 140 cm. Do not forget to bring practical footwear.
Bridgewalking is not suitable for wheelchair users and physically handicapped. For further medical information, please go to www.bridgewalking.com
For safety reasons, you may not bring any loose objects. You will be supplied with a one-piece suit for the walk, which you are allowed to keep.

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