Don’t miss a stroll through this picturesque riverside park – follow Åhavevej south to reach it. There’s a kiosk here, as well as minigolf, a marina and an open-air stage. If you’re on foot, it’s the desired route to get to Museum Jorn, the campground and points further south. SOURCE:

Bornholms Kunstmuseum

Occupying a svelte, modern building and overlooking sea, fields and (weather permitting) the distant isle of Christiansø, Bornholms Kunstmuseum echoes Copenhagen’s Louisiana. The museum exhibits paintings by artists from the Bornholm School, including Olaf Rude, Oluf Høst and Edvard Weie, who painted during the first half of the 20th century. The art museum also has […]

Utzon Center

An impressive 700-sq-metre design and architecture space, the Utzon Center, with its distinctive silver roofscape, sits pretty on the waterfront. It bills itself as ‘a dynamic and experimental centre of culture and knowledge’ and is the last building designed by celebrated Danish architect, Jørn Utzon (1918–2008). Utzon famously designed the Sydney Opera House; he grew […]