Below is a list of additional activities for your team to enjoy off the field.
Legoland Billund, the original Legoland park, opened on June 7th, 1968 in Billund, Denmark. The park is located next to the original Lego factory and Billund Airport. Over 1.9 million guests visited the park in 2011 and since the opening more than 50 million guests have visited the park.
You and your team can have fun at Legoland with its rides, shops, and multiple areas of the park!
City of Esbjerg
Known as the 5th largest town in Denmark, Esbjerg is located all across the western coast of the Jutland, which is the country’s mainland peninsula and happens to be opposite the northern tilt of Fano Island. This is said to be the most crucial North Sea Harbour in Denmark and also the biggest fishing port apart from being the platform for Denmark’s most crucial oil and gas exploration in North Sea.
Ribe Viking Center
Take a journey 1300 years back in time and come face to face with e.g. the blacksmith, king’s minter, völva, lady of the Longhouse, slave, warrior, falconer, carpenter, silversmith, merchant, farmer and all the farm animals in Viking Ripa. Ribe Vikinge Center is a heritage centre presenting authentic reconstructions 710-980 AD from Ribe, Denmark’s oldest town.
Wadden Sea National Park
The Wadden Sea National Park is Denmark’s largest and newest national park. It’s also a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its enormous ecological importance as the world’s largest unbroken system of intertidal sand and mud flats. Head here for unbeatable birdwatching!
Men at Sea
The Men at Sea is a 9-meter-tall white monument of four seated males, located west of Esbjerg next to Sædding Beach on the southwest coast of Denmark. Located opposite the Fisheries and Maritime Museum, it is one of the area’s major tourist attractions, and is a landmark of Esbjerg.
At low tide between July & September, visitors can walk across sand & water to this scenic isle.
Langli is a small marsh island in the Ho Bugt near Esbjerg on the Danish North Sea Coast. It is 0.8 km long and is accessible from Ho over a 3 km long causeway at low tide.