I.C. Møllerparken is divided into three gardens, Solpladsen, Vandpladsen and I.C. Møller Square, all covered with beautiful brick tiles, on which beautiful Italian "filigree" furniture is placed.
The gardens also contain collections of tombstones from the old cemetery, and the large beautiful old trees are preserved in the park.
The park also contains Esbjerg's first water art with a 40 meter long and dark blue water stone, which is located in the axis from the beautiful old railway station building and up Norgesgade.
From cemetery to park - The pioneers' resting place
The old cemetery from 1884 houses about 150 tombs and many of the city's most powerful men and greatest pioneers are laid to rest here.