Trip suggestions: Day trips with a historical touch
Are you curious about our common history and what has shaped the Denmark we know today? In the Coastal Land, you can travel back in time and explore unusual museums, historic buildings and crazy stories and finds from a distant and recent past.
Travel back in time
Suggestions for day trips where learning, communication and entertainment go hand in hand.
Feel the history at the Industrial Museum
Welcome to the paradise of the curious fingers! At the Industrial Museum it’s noisy and lively, and it’s “learn by doing”. Compete against the family on the assembly line, assemble a Puch Maxi engine in the moped workshop, or explore all the other active workshops and exhibitions.
Invigorating trip with a fjord, pines and treatment paths
This trip takes you past picturesque landscapes along the refreshing treatment paths at beautiful Vejle Fjord and Træskohage Lighthouse. When you breathe the fresh fjord air, you feel exactly why the area is - and has been - a favourite spa area with a focus on the body and mind.
Experience life behind bars
Can you be behind bars? In the Prison Museum, you can experience life as an inmate. Although the history of the place is bleak and serious, there are live exhibitions and space for play. In the prison park, the kids can try their hand as an escape artist on the “Great Escape" play tower.
Historic trip along the south side of Horsens Fjord
If you love nature experiences, then go on a 26 km round trip at Boller and Bjerrelide on the south coast of Horsens Fjord. Here you will find a large natural and forest area waiting to be explored, and a lot of historical sights. The trip is perfect for both cycling and mountain biking.
Satisfy your cultural hunger in the industrial town of Horsens
24 hours in Horsens is almost too little. However, we have gone to great lengths to pick out small and large must-sees, so you can make the most of your visit with us.
Family-friendly bicycle trip on a former railway path
The Horsens-Silkeborg Nature Trail is a 61-kilometre signposted cycle route that follows the old Bryrup railway. Most of the route runs along asphalted railway tracks, and you therefore you are on busy roads very much, which makes it perfect for the family.