The Best Travel Guide to Randers
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Randers Tropical Zoo

Randers Tropical Zoo features the largest artificial rain forest in Europe, with mirroring the three rainforest continents: South America, Asia and Africa. Observe giant lianas, roaring waterfalls, and more than 450 different tropical plants, and 250 species of animals, and more than half of them walk around freely. If you are brave, you can also get very close to the snakes in the Asian snake yard, or to an armadillo or a green anaconda, which is the heaviest boa constrictor species in the world. For having a break from this wildlife experience, you can take it low with traditional Danish farming animals at the playground, or with a drink and a snack at the cafe.
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Værket

Værket can rightly be entitled the cultural centre of excellence in Randers and Central Jutland, as each year, more than 100,000 visitors attend more than 400 arrangements: from ballets and musicals to R&B concerts and movies. On top, this venue also organises events at the Foyer- and Café Stage, and as these are free of charge, they provide a great opportunity for both children and adults alike to enjoy jazz concerts, circus performances, classical concerts and exhibitions.
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East Jutland Museum

At Museum Østjylland, you can experience a culture-historical time travel reaching back as far as antiquity, and all the way up until this present day. In the permanent exhibitions, you will learn about life in the region 100,000 years ago until nowadays, while the interactive rune-stone and modern exhibitions about the Middle Ages invite to dressing up as nuns, noblemen and knights. Remember the check the temporary exhibitions, activities and lectures all year round and you do not want to miss them out.
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