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  • 1 North Jutland Art Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Kong Christians Alle 50 DK - 9000 Ålborg

    The North Jutland Art Museum is undoubtedly one of the best art museums in Denmark. The modern building (1972) backs onto woodland and was so designed as to allow natural light to flood the works from above. It houses collections of Danish and foreig..

  • 2 Lindholm Høje Recommended Recommended

    Archaeological and historical sites

    Algade 48 DK - 9100 Ålborg

    A cemetery (700 tombs) and a colony dating from the end of the Iron Age and early Viking period were to be found on this hill. Triangles of stones marked off the oldest tombs, while circles, ovals and boat shapes indicated the most recent. Bodies wer..

  • 3 Marine Museum

    Museums and art

    Vestre Fjordvej 81 DK - 9000 Ålborg

    This museum's eclectic collection includes model ships, diving suits and navigating devices from throughout the ages. In the central garden is an actual submarine, the Springeren, and a warship.

  • 4 Gråbrødrekloster Museet

    Museums and art

    Algade 19 DK - 9000 Ålborg

    These ruins were discovered in 1994, when a residential building was being constructed in the city centre - and they turned out to be a Franciscan cloister dating from the 13C. Take the underground passage that leads from the lift and you will come t..

  • 5 St Botolph's Cathedral

    Religious buildings

    Algade 40 DK - 9000 Ålborg

    St Botolph's cathedral was built in about 1400 over older parts dating from the 11C. It has a massive square tower surmounted by a Baroque tower. There are lovely late medieval frescoes in the porch. The altarpiece and pulpit are late 17C and the res..

  • 6 North Jutland Historical Museum

    Museums and art

    Algade 48 DK - 9000 Ålborg

    The local history museum, near the cathedral, houses a collection of exhibits from the Stone Age and various periods in the town's history. Don't miss the Ålborg Room, which has a Renaissance interior dating from 1602, reconstructed from original par..

  • 7 Holy Ghost Monastery

    Religious buildings

    Klosterjordet 1 DK - 9100 Ålborg

    The Holy Ghost Monastery, founded in 1431, has kept its role as a charitable institution, providing a home for senior citizens. It has some lovely early-16C frescoes.

  • 8 Jomfru Ane Gade

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Jomfru Ane Gade DK - 9000 Ålborg

    The pedestrian street with its bars, restaurants and discos is Ålborg's liveliest, giving free expression to the Danish sense of fun.

  • 9 Ålborg Castle

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Slotspladsen 1 DK - 9000 Ålborg

    Built between 1539 and 1555, the half-timbered building, formerly Ålborg's castle, now houses the county administration. You can see the courtyard, the dungeon and underground passages.

  • 10 Østerågade

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Østerågade DK - 9000 Ålborg

    There are two splendid 17C mansions in this street. The first, Jørgen Olufsens Gård, at n° 25, dates from 1616 and is half-timbered. The second, Jens Bangs Stenhus, at n° 9, is an impressive red-brick house built by a rich merchant in 1624. With its ..

  • 11 Town Hall

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Gammel Torv 2 DK - 9000 Ålborg

    The elegant Late Baroque town hall was built in 1762. It is painted bright yellow and proudly displays King Frederik V's motto: Prudentia et Constantia.

  • 12 Ålborgtårnet

    Nature and gardens

    Søndre Skovvej 30 DK - 9000 Ålborg

    Standing at 105m above sea level, the tower affords a wonderful panorama of the town and Limfjorden.

  • 13 Kildeparken

    Nature and gardens

    Vesterbro 2 DK - 9000 Ålborg

    Ålborg's oldest park is adorned with classical statues. Among them are The Three Graces by Bertel Thorvaldsen (1770-1844) and The Bacchus Child by Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen.

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