Must-sees in Fredericia

Fredericia is packed with attractions. Here, we have picked a few of the most important:

  • The historic part Charming streets, beautiful churches and cosy houses
  • The ramparts Northern Europe’s best-preserved system of ramparts built in the 17th century to protect the town – today a park area.
  • Fredericia Town Museum Exciting exhibitions on the town’s history
  • The Brave Soldier The world’s first monument to the unknown soldier (1851)
  • Madsby Legepark A park for families and children with green spaces, picnic facilities, playgrounds, a go-carting track, animals and opportunities for rowing on the lake
  • Trelde Næs Beautiful Danish countryside – high cliffs surrounded by woodland on the eastern tip of the Fredericia peninsula
  • Østre Strand Lovely bathing beach, café, beach volley. On-duty lifeguards
  • Bridge Walking 57 metres above the sea on the old Little Belt Bridge – similar to Bridge Climbing on Sydney Harbour Bridge