The Little Belt area offers many cultural and historical experiences and exhibitions. Various museums, the Fredericia ramparts, porpoise hunters, Humlemagasinet, Psychiatric Collection, and many other special exhibitions.
In a beautiful setting with a view overlooking the Lillebælt, you can enjoy the tranquillity and unique ceramic works of art at CLAY.
The town museum is a museum which shows the cultural and historical development of Fredericia, mainly since the foundation of the town in 1650.
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- here you can see a unique porcelain doll collection of the Danish monarchy. You can also discover the museum of the local-born poet, Sigfred Pedersen. See the comprehensive collection of beer varieties or enjoy a walk in the 10-acre visitors' garden.
The air-raid bunker museum is laid out in an original double shelter for civilians, and is one of the 23 surviving shelters in Fredericia from the 2nd World War.
With a knowledgeable guide to accompany your group, your trip can also pay a visit to the town’s museums. At the Bunker Museum, you go underground and take a look at the inside of a double bunker. At the town museum, your group will see how life was lived in the old days. See the impressive pictures of the farmer driving his cattle through the streets and the many old agricultural machines. Or experience the real market atmosphere and see why Fredericia’s Købestævne (or trade meet) was once the largest in Denmark. If your trip takes you along Østerstrand to the east of the town centre, “Kastellet” (the Citadel) and “Krudttårnet” (the Powder Tower) offer historical insights to visitors. See other suggestions for guided tours here.
With a starting point in Fredericia's historic city center, Middelfart's old district or the beautiful nature, year-round guided tours are offered for groups.
The ramparts of Fredericia are a unique historical momument that surround the city centre. It is one of the largest and most well preserved of its kind in northern Europe.