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LEGOLAND

LEGOLAND

You can look forward to a reunion with all the LEGOLAND activities you know and love. There's speed, action and excitement for the whole family at LEGOLAND. Spend the world's best-ever mini-break inside the LEGOLAND Park!
Lalandia

Lalandia

A world filled with hours of fun awaits when you visit Lalandia®. There are endless opportunities for both young and old.
Givskud Zoo

Givskud Zoo

Get closer to the animals! You drive across the African savannah, where zebra and giraffes have right of way. Continue into the Lion's Den. Feel the thrill as the big cats lumber past your car. Do you dare?
LEGOLAND Billund Resort

LEGOLAND Billund Resort

LEGOLAND Billund Resort
Koldinghus

Koldinghus

It was on this site in 1268 that the Danish King built a fortress for the purpose of guarding the border between the Kingdom of Denmark and the Duchy of Schleswig.
Beach

Beach

Here in the centre of Denmark you find some of the most scenic areas the country has to offer. The east coast features beach forests reflected in the blue waves – as praised in our national anthem.
The Jelling Monuments

The Jelling Monuments

Jelling is home to Europe’s finest Viking-Age monuments: Denmark’s two largest grave mounds and two runic stones erected by the kings Gorm the Old and Harald Bluetooth in the eighth century. In 1994, the royal monuments and Jelling Church came under the patronage of the UNESCO World Heritage List. The 10-meter northern mound, presumed to have been built by King Harald Bluetooth, contained a wooden burial chamber in which the king’s father, Gorm the Old, had been entombed. The 70-meter southern mound is not actually believed to have been a burial site. The church sits between the two mounds and has an underground burial chamber. The smaller of the two large rune stones in front of the church was erected around 940-50 AD by Gorm the Old in honour of his queen, Thyra. The runic inscription reads: “Gorm the Old made this monument in honour of his wife, Thyra, the flower of Denmark”. This is the oldest known reference to the name of the nation. The inscription on the larger of the two rune stones, erected by Harald Bluetooth, reads: “King Harald made this monument in honour of Gorm, his father, and Thyra, his mother. Harald who won Denmark – in entirety – and Norway and who brought Christianity to the Danes.” The two rune stones, together with the church and the two grave mounds, are evidence of the transition from paganism to Christianity in Denmark and the change from Norse burial traditions to those of Christian religious practice. The Royal Jelling visitor’s centre relates the inspiring story of the royal monuments, their origin and significance.
Orion Planetarium

Orion Planetarium

Orion Planetarium shows various planetarium shows giving the audience an idea of the world of physics and astronomy. Every hour you can lean back in the aeroplane seats and be initiated into the latest space research or watch how the night sky is used for navigation. The shows are a combination of film cuts, sound, light and stars shown by a special projector using the dome as the screen. You will get an idea of the world view of the old Vikings and the use of the heavenly body for navigation on the ocean. Or you can hear about the latest undertakings in astronomical research. At the end of all shows the current night sky is shown – it is folded out on the dome above you by means of the elegant Skymaster-star-projector.
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