In just 150 years Esbjerg went from being a port for agricultural exports to being Denmark's energy metropolis. This is reflected in the beautiful buildings and urban environments that Esbjerg proudly show off.
Even when there are no performances, the building itself is well worth a visit, designed as it was by the world-famous Danish architect Jørn Utzon, in collaboration with his son, Jan Utzon
Esbjerg Ting- og Arresthus is a medieval castle in the middle of Esbjerg. Refined details in the masonry, crested gables and a tower that extends 30 meters to the sky.
Esbjerg Railway Station was built in 1904 and was designed by DSB's chief architect Heinrich Wenck (1851-1936), who for more than a generation shaped the architecture for DSB (employed 1882-1921).
Enjoy the view from Esbjerg's Water Tower, where in good weather you can see all the way to both Fanø and Ribe.
The street is a museum street and a successful example of Esbjerg's City Center project that began in 1993.
Landgangen is a safe and beautiful promenade for pedestrians and cyclists in Esbjerg, which connects the dock harbor with the city center of Esbjerg.
Some of the biggest wind turbines in the world with a total height of 200 metres stand on the coast near Esbjerg.