Bjørn Giesenbauer
Do & See

Tivoli Friheden

The city’s amusement park Tivoli Friheden offers a range of fun and exciting attractions in green surroundings for all ages. Bring some fresh food if you fancy barbecuing your own meal. The amusement park is open during the summer months only.
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The Old Town

To travel back in time visit ‘Den Gamle By’ and experience on first-hand what life was like in Denmark 300 years ago. The staff dressed in costumes can show you around this unique open-air museum of urban buildings collected and saved from demolition across the country.
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Beaches

The three most popular beaches in Aarhus are Bellevue, Den Permanente and Moesgård Strand which are all very popular on hot summer days, but also fantastic for a nice walk with fresh air and beautiful sights. You can catch the bus to all three beaches.
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ARoS

Aarhus’ Museum of Modern Art has a notable collection of Danish art with a wide range of international exhibitions. A five metre tall sculpture named ‘Boy’ has quickly become the museums landmark.
Moesgård Prehistoric Museum

Moesgård Prehistoric Museum

Among many interesting objects, this museum also houses more than 2000-year-old Grauballe man. He was found so well kept that scientists even discovered that he had eaten porridge for breakfast on the day he was sacrificed.
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Viking Museum

The Viking Museum is a little museum that shows the impressive finds from Aarhus’ days as a Viking city. The Museum has free entrance and is closed on weekends.
Aarhus Domkirke

Aarhus Domkirke

The city’s cathedral is the longest church in Denmark and houses several centuries old frescoes. You should not miss the baptismal font resting on the four Evangelists with their human bodies crowned with symbolic animal heads.
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The Women’s Museum

This is one of Denmark’s most original museums. The Women’s Museum shows exhibitions on the aspects of the life of Danish women’s past and present.
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