Standard rate no breakfast included at Refborg Hotel Billund

4.36231882243917 of 5 Stars

  • Danish inns

Includes per person per night:

  • Overnight accommodation

Please note the restaurant is closed.

More about Refborg Hotel Billund

The cosy Refborg Hotel Billund in the middle of the town Billund bids welcome to LEGOLAND® guests and all others who would like to benefit from the excellent location close to a number of attractions and activities. You will enjoy the fine possibilities of golfing, fishing and walking tours in the neighbourhood.

Buen 6, 7190 Billund
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Hotel facilities

  • Disabled-friendly
  • Free wifi
  • Pets
  • Charging station
  • Free parking
  • Restaurant
  • Airport: 4 km
  • Train: 30 km
  • Busstop: 400 m
  • Beach: 50 km
  • Fishing: 2 km
  • Golf: 3 km
  • 26 Rooms

Other stays atRefborg Hotel Billund

Attractions nearby of Standard rate no breakfast included

  • Photo: LEGO House

    LEGO® House - Have the greatest playdate in the world in Billund

    0.44 km

     

    LEGO® House is the world’s best play date for the whole family – adults, children at heart and actual children. Here you can unleash your imagination among millions of LEGO bricks. Build your own creations and watch them come to life. Race with your family and see which LEGO vehicle is the best. And eat in one of the LEGO inspired restaurants, when you get hungry.

    LEGO House has six Experience Zones, a cosy LEGO Square and topnotch outdoor playgrounds. Start the world’s best play date at the Tree of Creativity. It is 15.68 metres tall. And then move on to the Masterpiece Gallery to see some of the craziest LEGO masterpieces before you continue into the Experience Zones.

     

     

    Read more : LEGO® House - Have the greatest playdate in the world in Billund
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    LEGOLAND Billund - Go to Legoland and have a day full of fantastic experiences in Billund

    1.14 km

    Hop aboard the LEGO® Canoe and prepare yourself for a roaring waterfall at the end of your trip into the wilderness, or hurl yourself from the Eagle Rock 11 metres above the ground at a terrific speed past the wild LEGO® animals of the Flying Eagle. Take a trip on thin ice with the penguins and feel your body tremble in the chilling Polar X-plorer, where the ice breaks below you and you fall 5 metres down!

    If you’re in the mood for something more relaxing, you can explore LEGOLAND® as seen from above in the LEGOTOP®, or experience the whole world in miniature built out of more than 20 million LEGO® bricks in Miniland in the heart of LEGOLAND®.

    We cannot wait to feel the rush with you - of course, in a completely safe and secure environment!

    Read more : LEGOLAND Billund - Go to Legoland and have a day full of fantastic experiences in Billund
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    Teddy Bear Art Museum - Unique teddy bear museum

    0.25 km

    Teddy Bear Art Museum is home to the LEGO family's former private home in the center of Billund. The museum is an architectural gem from 1959 on 776 m2 and is today home to over 1,200 teddy bears.

    Enjoy the visit to the Teddy Bear universe and experience that teddy bears are not only toys but also art.The museum has many different exhibitions that show the charm of the Teddy Bears and great diversity. 

    • Get to know the history of the Teddy Bears.
    • 2019 The special exhibition "STEIFF - from needle pillow to plush Teddys" shows 200 teddy bears, soft toys, tools and other objects from the world-renowned German toy manufacturer STEIFF's archives, things that have never been shown in Denmark and some of which are over a hundred years old.
    • The VanderBear exhibition - the world's largest private collection of those charming teddy bear families.
    • Alfonzo - the world's most famous red STEIFF Teddy Bear, owned by Princess Xenia whose mother was a Danish princess and the father, descendant of Zar Nicolai I of Russia.
    • Also enjoy the exhibitions with the Artist Teddy Bears and the Tableau Exhibition and let yourself be excited by the many fine details.
    • In Edith's living room there are nice little dolls, a complete Christmas Spooncollection and the family's christening dress 

    In the bright and cozy Teddy Bear Café you can enjoy a good cup of coffee or tea, fresh pastries and a light lunch. From the café you have a view and access to the café terrace with the romantic rose and stone bed garden.In the Teddy Bear Shop you can find various bear related items and in the Teddy Making Shop we have everything you need to sew a teddy bear. 

    The museum is surrounded by an enchanting park-like garden of 10,512 m2 - a true oasis in the middle of Billund. The garden is open to guests during the museum's opening hours. Enjoy a lovely walk and all the lovely flowers and trees in the garden.LEGO House is just a 1-minute walk away, 1.3 km from Legoland, 1.8 km from Lalandia, 3.8 km from Billund Airport and 24 km to Givskud Zoo. It's about. 75 km to the North Sea and 316 km to Skagen's Teddy Bear Museum

    Read more : Teddy Bear Art Museum - Unique teddy bear museum
  • Photo: Lalandia

    Sand sculpture park - Experience the fascinating sand sculpture park in Billund

    1.33 km

    Up close
    International artists have created, among other things, huge lions, elephants and gorillas in the sand, and now it is possible for the curious to get up close to the wild animals. The beautiful sand sculpture park is the size of a football pitch, and is the perfect arena for wonderful experiences for the whole family.

    A walk through the savannah
    Come inside and meet the wild animals – it is impossible not to be fascinated by the beautiful details of the sculptures. During your walk through the park, you can learn more about the animals; what does a rhinoceros weigh, for instance?

    Sand art at child height
    If the children get the desire to follow in the footsteps of our skilled sand sculptors, they can try their hand at conjuring figures from the sand, guided by our sand experts at Lalandia.

    Read more : Sand sculpture park - Experience the fascinating sand sculpture park in Billund
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    WOW PARK Billund - Fantastic experience in Billund

    2.37 km

    The wildest play and amusement park in the great outdoors

     

    Welcome to WOW PARK – a huge play and amusement park in the middle of the forest, where families can adventure together up in the treetops, on the forest floor, underground, and even among the waves – all in a safe and beautiful environment.

    WOW PARK features lots of open space, fresh air, and a stunning natural area spanning an area larger than 40 football fields.

    The GIANT – CRAZY new attraction in WOW PARK Billund

    In Scandinavia’s highest free fall slide tower – the GIANT - the bravest guests can try the LIGHTNING – the park’s new 20-metre free fall slide or one of the 2 other cool slides. The whole family can experience the spectacular view from the top of the tower in 25 metres height!

    Try the 3 crazy slides!

    - The LIGHTNING – reach your maximum speed with the 20-metre free fall slide.

    - The SPIRAL – spin like crazy in the wildest forest.

    - The FOREST RACER – race with your friends. Who will come first?

    Are you ready for a crazy experience? Reach your top speed with the free fall slide – if you dare!

     

    Treehouses, giant slides and suspension bridges 14 metres high

    Have you ever played in the treetops? Swooshed down slides at full speed? Run from tree to tree on high-flying bridges? Do it all at WOW PARK, a magical place full of sky-high fun. And be sure to try our 40-metre long sledding run, where you can zoom down the hill, even in summer.

    Wild ziplines, giant swings and high-hanging cargo nets

    Race down ziplines at full speed and challenge each other to a wild contest on the Giant swings. Jump and play among big bouncy balls in one of our treetop nets up to 300 sq. meters in size.

    Underground caves, secret hideouts and a giant maze

    In WOW PARK's underground universe, you can crawl on all fours and discover hideouts among secret entrances and winding paths. Above ground, the entire family is challenged to find their way through the wooden twists and turns of the willow forest and the fun, mysterious labyrinth.

    Water World - a great splash of fun

    You’re never too old to play with water! In Water World, you can tip over the barrels and spill water all the way down the mountain, making small floods and fun waterfalls.

    Let the games begin!

    Compete with Mom and Dad in a balance contest, an ancient Viking game or in a fun match of football billiards. You can also goof around with your little ones in the playground area.

    The friendly goats

    Swing by our gregarious goats and say hello to old Villy, cheeky Frida and little Mads. They are very tame and they love to eat grass right from your hand.

    Creative craft workshop full of fun materials

    Build and create whatever you wish, including mini creatures and characters, using any of our helpful tools and our mix of fun supplies.

    Family food court, ice cream bar, forest shelter, grill and campfire

    When you're hungry, or just feeling peckish, swing by our fun, kid-friendly food court where you can greet the giant butterfly, play with the water wall, and even spin a huge tree around with your bare hands! You are also welcome to enjoy a picnic meal or grill your own food in the shelter and campfire area. You can even roast popcorn, marshmallows or twisty bread here with your family and friends.

    A fantastic day at a good price

    We have plenty of space throughout the park, so it is easy for everyone to keep good and safe distance from each other. We have indoor spaces, too, but you can easily be outside during your entire visit, if you wish.

    All park activities are free upon entry and there is free parking for all.

    With the annual pass, you can come and go whenever you like, enjoying Denmark's best play park whenever the gates are open. Run, climb,crawl, splash, swing, feast and laugh with your family and friends all year round.

    Seeya!

    Read more : WOW PARK Billund - Fantastic experience in Billund
  • Photo: VisitVejle

    Old grocer’s shop Bindeballe Købmandsgård

    12.18 km

    Bindeballe Købmandsgård is a heritage grocer’s shop founded in 1897, the year of the opening of the Vejle-Vandel railway. Bindeballe Købmandsgård is also a living general store where you can by classic local specialities, such as Bindeballe Bjesk (aquavit) and bitter. 

    Denmark’s largest merchant museum, Bindeballe Købmandsgård features collections of traditional merchandise from bygone times and old store signs and interiors. More than 5000 different items are on display, the oldest more than a century old.    

    The old grocer’s shop has more than 100,000 annual visitors.

    You can buy coffee, buns and cakes in the café. Please notify the museum of the arrival of groups of more than 10 people and also pre-order coffees and cake.

    Read more : Old grocer’s shop Bindeballe Købmandsgård
  • Photo: Eliza Danesi

    Bindeballe Station

    12.19 km

    The Vejle-Vandel stretch was opened in 1897, extended to Grindsted in 1914, and closed down in 1957.

    The station building at Bindeballe Station is from 1897 and is now fitted with an exhibition where the ticket office and waiting room are reconstructed with many original items. On the tracks stand two old train carriages.

    The old grocer's shop Bindeballe Købmandsgård
    When the railway opened in 1897, the industrious merchant Jeppe Kristensen simultaneously opened the doors to his grocer's shop just opposite the small station.

    The track was closed in 1957, but the old grocer's shop persists and now functions as a museum store.

    The old grocer's shop, Bindeballe Købmandsgård, is a charming little gem, furnished with historical inventory and filled to the brim with old enamel signs and all sorts of quirky goods. It is definitely worth a visit!

    Read more : Bindeballe Station
  • Photo: Elliott Hope Studio

    Engelsholm Castle

    12.92 km

    The renaissance castle Engelsholm is beautifully situated on the shores of Engelsholm lake, surrounded by forest and park. The castle was built by Knud Brahe – Tycho Brahe’s brother – in 1592. The very complete construction is rectangular with square towers in each of the corners. 

    The inspiration comes from the castle of Ancy-le-Franc in Bourgogne in France. In the 1730s, Gerhard de Lichtenberg began a comprehensive restoration work and rebuilding of the castle. He added the very characteristic onion domes, built a large three-winged home farm and laid out the park in French style. Chinese paintings describing the reconstruction are still found in the castle.   

    Gerhard de Lichtenberg also put his stamp on Nørup Church, which belonged to Engelsholm Castle from 1586 to 1935. The Roman church has been richly decorated with baroque furniture and is, just as the castle, decorated with the onion shaped domes.   

    The castle burned in 1952, but was immediately restored to its original state.   

    Since 1940, Engelsholm Castle has been run as a folk high school and today, the place is owned by the private institution ”Engelsholm Højskole”. The castle and appurtenant buildings are not open to the public, but every now and then, classical concerts are arranged. However, the castle can bee viewed from the south end of the park.     

    Read more : Engelsholm Castle
  • Photo: Skulpturby.dk

    The sculpture town Give – Denmark’s largest open-air gallery

    15 km

    The sculptures in Give offer a free space in which to relax since they offer artistic inspiration, stimulate curiosity and encourage new thoughts.

    In 2015, the large “Solhjul” (Sun Wheel) was inaugurated - a 12 metre tall sculpture located at the northern inroad to Give near the motorway between Vejle and Herning. "Solhjul" is inspired by Europe's oldest wheel, which is 5000 years old and found in Give.

    There are sculpture walks several times a day during the summer. Read more at www.skulpturby.dk.

    Most of the sculptures are for sale - Skulpturby.dk is responsible for the sales.

    Read more : The sculpture town Give – Denmark’s largest open-air gallery
  • Photo: Eliza Danesi

    The Grave of the Egtved Girl

    15.39 km

    The Egtved Girl was discovered on Thursday, February 24, 1921. Farmer Peter Platz was removing the last remnants of a burial mound on his field when he came across a heavily carved oak trunk.

    The excavation was conducted by the National Museum, and thus the oak coffin was subsequently transported to Copenhagen. When opened, it revealed a cowhide bag at the top. Beneath it lay a woven blanket of brown wool, and beneath the blanket lay the deceased herself—a 160 cm tall young girl, her semi-long hair almost concealing her face, and a small bronze earring.

    The girl later became known as the Egtved Girl.

    Belt plate of bronze and cord skirt
    She lay on her back, her skin well-preserved, but no bones remained. She wore a brown wool blouse, and on each wrist was a bronze ring. Under the blouse, the iconic bronze belt plate could be discerned. A skirt made of twisted brown woolen cords was wrapped twice around her waist.

    At her left shin, there was a bundle of clothes containing the burnt bones of a 5-6-year-old child. At her feet stood a birch bark container with remnants of a kind of sweet honeyed beer.

    A flowering yarrow in the coffin indicated that the burial took place in the summer months. The girl died at the age of approximately 16-18 years.

    The World of The Egtved Girl: A new experience center in progress
    The Vejle Museums are actively working on realizing a large new museum project that aims to tell the fascinating story of the Egtved Girl. Right there, where she was laid to rest on a summer day 3,500 years ago.

    The entire original Egtved find is exhibited at the National Museum in Copenhagen. So, you'll need to visit the capital to see Egtved Girl herself.

    Read more : The Grave of the Egtved Girl
  • Photo: Givskud Zoo

    GIVSKUD ZOO

    17.47 km

    At the zoo, you go on exciting walks and meet many fascinating animals, including gorillas, buffaloes, lions, giant otters and many others. Along the way, you'll pass Europe’s largest penguin facility. Through the glass pane you can see the many penguins swimming under water, and from platforms you can see them throw themselves into the waves and waddle around on land. The park also houses Europe’s largest Andean bear facility, where five bears are at home.

    At the park's many savannahs, you can drive close to the animals and see giraffes, zebras, antelopes and lions cross the road right in front of you. You can choose to take the safari in your own car or on a safari bus.

    GIVSKUD ZOO also has Denmark’s largest dinosaur exhibit, where you will find more than 50 life-sized dinosaurs, ranging from the  40-metre 'long neck' to the 'dangerous' Tyrannosaurus Rex.

    You can also look forward to seeing the park’s many special exhibitions, including World Development Goals Park and PlasticPlanet.

    There are many playgrounds and activity camps for children, a Baby Service Centre for very young children and lots of cosy oases for everyone.

    GIVSKUD ZOO is only 70 km from Varde and 20 km from Billund and Vejle.

    See the park’s opening hours here.

    Read more : GIVSKUD ZOO
  • Photo: Frame & Work

    The Jelling Monuments (UNESCO)

    19.4 km

    The year is 965. Viking King Harald Bluetooth bids farewell to the Norse pantheon and embraces Christianity. He has this message chiselled into a large rune stone in the town of Jelling close to the rune stone erected a few years earlier by his father, King Gorm the Old. On the rune stone Harald boasts of having conquered Denmark and Norway and brought Christianity to the Danes. The inscription reads: “King Harald ordered this monument made in memory of Gorm, his father, and in memory of Thyrvé, his mother; that Harald who won for himself all of Denmark and Norway and made the Danes Christian.” The rune stone is considered Denmark’s baptism certificate and the figure of Christ inscribed on the stone is also featured in all Danish passports.

    Gorm the Old’s slightly smaller memorial stone to his Queen, Thyrvé, bears the inscription: “King Gorm made this monument in memory of Thyrvé, his wife, Denmark’s adornment.” This is the oldest reference to the name ‘Denmark’ and the rune stone is therefore referred to as Denmark’s name certificate.

    During his reign, King Harald Bluetooth also erected two large barrows and built a church on the site.

    Today, Harald’s magnificent Viking monuments are centrally located in the town of Jelling. You can enjoy views of the area from the top of the 10-metre barrows, which have a diameter of 70 meters. The northern barrow contained a wooden tomb, probably constructed by King Harald Bluetooth for his father, who was later re-entombed in the church. Today’s Jelling Church is a Romanesque masonry church, built around 1100 on the site of Harald Bluetooth’s original church from the 900s AD. In 2000, King Gorm the Old was reburied in the church’s burial chamber.

    From the top of the barrows you can see hundreds of newly erected white concrete pillars that encircle the entire site, marking the approximate location of the original wooden stockade. Walking along the footpath you can also see an outline representation of the 350-metre ship-shape as well as the positions of the so-called Trelleborg houses. And you can also marvel at the high-tech bronze and glass display cases that today encase the rune stones, which are located between the barrows. You can also enjoy a moment of reflection in the Jelling Church.

    The Jelling Monuments are considered Europe’s finest Viking Age monuments and they enjoy UNESCO World Heritage patronage.

    Viking Market and the Kongernes Jelling experience centre
    Every year in July, a Viking market held by the monuments lets you discover the Viking in you. The amazing Kongernes Jelling experience centre lets you explore the world of the Vikings and the exciting history of the Jelling Monuments in interactive exhibitions. Digital binoculars let you experience what Jelling looked like 1,000 years ago.

    Bluetooth technology
    Bluetooth technology, used everywhere in mobile phones and computers for wireless communication, is named after the Danish king Harald Bluetooth due to his communicative skills in bringing warring factions together.

    Read more : The Jelling Monuments (UNESCO)