A mecca for shoppers
Take a stroll along pedestrian high streets with sun decked café squares, unique corner shops and basement art galleries. Or venture into large shopping centres with lots of space and all the international fashion stores. Whatever your preference, there's something for your taste in LEGOLAND Billund Resort's provincial towns.
In Kolding Storcenter you will find the area's most beautiful and well-equipped cinema center.
All our 6 rooms are built amphitheater. This ensures good view of the large canvases from all seats. Our sound system is "second to none" and is composed solely of THX-approved components. This ensures the most of any film experience.
See our repertoire and book your tickets directly on www.biocitykolding.dk or by phone at 7013 1211.
The Bryggen shopping centre in the heart of Vejle features many exciting store concepts. Two floors of attractive boutiques, cafes and a supermarket entice you with exciting products, seductive colours and tempting novelties. Bryggen offers no less than 700 parking spaces and two hours of free parking.
Opening hours are listed at www.bryggen.com.
In the centre of Vejle between the Musikteatret stage and the municipal administration offices, you’ll find Vejle’s town park - Byparken - the lungs of Vejle city. The park was designed as a combination of urban and natural settings. The stream surrounding the city runs through the park and several different trees, bushes, herbs and flowers embellish the park, which makes it green and living from early spring to late autumn. Hotel Scandic Jacob Gade with its ground floor café is next-door neighbour to the city park. From the café's terrace, you can enjoy a view over the magnificent city park and the large fountain that decorates the park. On the fringes of the park, you’ll find a small playground. Throughout the summer, different cultural events take place in the park.
A charming city center with a large variety of interesting speciality stores, chains and warehouses - loads of them situated in old architectonic surroundings. Here you will find 9 smaller shopping streets, green areas and a small creek which beautifully flows besides the city. The castle Koldinghus is an international and cultural lighttower which encompass a museum and is overlooking the castle lake at one side and the city center at the other side. You will also find known and smaller restaurants, cafés, night clubs and accomodations in the city center.
Here you will find a play park, indoor swimmingpool, wellness and much more entertainment. If you need a bank, lawyer, estate agency, hair dressers, public agencies, fitness centres or alternative treatment you will not go in vain.
City has plenyt of beautiful places and there is to weekly market days at Akseltorv on tuesdays and fridays from 8 a.m -3 p.m.
City Vejle offers you a choice of more than 300 celebrated high street chain stores and inspiring specialty boutiques located in the heart of town along one of Denmark’s most charming pedestrian streets with a shopping centre at either end. Should you feel a little peckish or in need of refreshments then visit the downtown cafes and restaurants, which provide delicious cuisine and a well-deserved respite.
Shopping in Vejle is a unique experience with attractive stores, good service and cultural offerings that make a difference. Vejle Gift Vouchers are the perfect gift. Vouchers can be redeemed at most City Vejle member stores and can be purchased from the supermarkets Føtex and Kvickly.
Department stores, supermarkets, shopping centres and speciality boutiques have longer opening hours.
Grindsted - The Merchants' Town
Grindsted is a young town. A small provincial town that sprang up on the heath when a station was built on the railway connecting east and west Jutland. But what a town it became!
After the first trains steamed through in 1914, Grindsted's population rocketed. For several years, Grindsted was in fact the fastest growing railway town in Denmark. There were six tracks into the town, making it the country's third largest railway hub. Hot on the heels of the railway came manufacturing companies. Grindstedværket, which for many years has been part of Danisco, was established in 1924 and quickly became the town's leading industrial plant. From 1931 to 2006, the meat processing plant was another major privately owned enterprise. Today, many other companies are experiencing phenomenal growth. Take for example KA Interiør, specialising in sliding-door cupboards and rapidly expanding, Grindsted Billardfabrik, a well-established company presently enjoying greater success than ever, KG Beton, a major contractor, and Tajco, a manufacturer of exhaust extensions that has become a major player on the global market, to name but a few.
Although the many rail connections to Grindsted were decommissioned long ago, the town has succeeded in retaining, attracting and extending a strong network of companies, thus creating jobs, the lifeblood of the town. Today, the town centre is a charming mix of classic Danish architecture from the 1920s and 30s and more modern buildings. A bustling centre of activity with ample opportunity for shopping and enjoying café life and culture.
Fancy a trip to the movies?
- then visit Grindsted Kino. The center is a well-equipped and cozy cinema with a little café. Grindsted Culture Center also serves as Grindsted's theater and concert hall.
See the movie program and book tickets at www.grindsted-kino.dk.
Hopballe Mill - Hopballe Mølle - is an idyllic and historic location in an area of great natural beauty between Grejsdal valley and Jelling. Our farm boutique is famed for Hopballe chicken. But you can also buy a range of local and international gourmet specialities, including beef, lamb, cold cut, cheese, wine, olives and pesto in addition to arts and craft. Hopballe Mill gives great emphasis to animal welfare, taste and quality.Hopballe Mill also supplies corporate gifts and gift items in general. And you don’t have to stop by to purchase from our farm boutique. Many items are available from our e-shop where you also find delicious recipes. Hopballe Mill supplies chickens and other quality produce to destinations nationwide every week!Enjoy the atmosphere at the 600-year-old watermill and a deliciously prepared dish made with prime seasonal produce at our cosy restaurant or on our covered riverside terrace.
With over 120 specialty shops, grocery store and Biocenter Kolding Storcenter represents Jutland's largest shopping center under one roof.
Experience the good atmosphere in the many shopping streets and the many events held year round.
Come by Kolding Shopping Center so you can experience it all with your own eyes. Welcome!
Welcome to great experiences, both at the menu and on screen, at Nicolai Cinema & Café - cinema in downtown Kolding.
Here you will find:
Cinema, equipped with the best technique for viewing. It provides picture and sound for a great cinematic experience. 81 numbered squares.
Multipurpose hall that can be used not only for films but also lectures, theater and music. The hall is equipped with the best technique for viewing. 50 seats + option for table seating.
The cafe will take care of you before, during and after the event - or just when you come over. Here you can enjoy food and drink in pleasant surroundings.
Videotheque where you can watch your own DVD or VHS movies, maybe along with a few friends or classmates. Perhaps as part of the study or project work.
A walk through Sculpturepark Billund take about 30 minutes. The walkingarea is wide and firm, good for both walking, jogging, biking and wheelchaires, all year around. Bring lunch or coffee, there are benches in the park. Some of the sculptures invites to children to play on them, such as 'Tre legeskulpturer' and 'Stjernedyret' - close by Hotel Legoland. Another sculpture - the colorful mosaic pyramid - is crafted with the help from 70 children at Billund School, together with an artist. There are already 13 permanent sculptures in the park:Welcome to my World by Pontus KjerrmanHavekonen (The Garden-wife) by Lotte OlsenHorisont by Thorkild HoffmannArken (The arc) by Lis AndersenPentagonia by Gunhild Rudjord and Esben Lyngsaa Madsen3 legeskulpturer (3 playing sculptures) by Poul BækhøjDivan (The Diva) by Claus FiskerStjernedyret (The star-animal) by Harvey MartinEt møde (A Meeting) by Hans August AndersenStående figur (Standing figurine) by Keld Moseholm JørgensenIndgang (Entrance) by Niels Peter BruunGranit på søjler by Jens Chr. JensenThe pyramid sculpture Drømme, Leve, Lege (Dreaming, Living, Playing) by Thomas Kruse and 70 children from Billund School.