Take a walk in the past
The size of the church is unusual for village churches, as is the Gothic architecture, as most other village churches are Romanesque. The walls tell a story and contain the remains of a much older building.
The church has large, Gothic windows to the south, giving the church a bright and airy space with four sets of rib vaults. The ribs are decorated in Gothic frescoes, and on the northern wall of the nave there is a fresco of Saint George fighting the dragon.
A walk on the Camino Haderslev Næs brings you right by Øsby Church between stages 5 and 6. We recommend a visit to the church, especially because of the unique Gothic architecture and the size of the church.
The church is open during the daytime, from 8am to 8pm.