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  • City Break

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  • Overnight accomodation

No breakfast included - available at an extra charge.

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More about ToRVehallerne- SDH Partner Hotel

The hotel offers delicious food and high service to you as a guest. Located in the spirit of the city, you can experience all the cities facilities and easily get around without a car.

Fiskergade 2-8 , 7100 Vejle
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Hotel facilities

  • Green Key_V3 Green Key
  • Disabled-friendly
  • Free wifi
  • Restaurant
  • Non smoking
  • Wellness
  • Airport: 32 km
  • Train: 300 m
  • 74 Rooms

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    Attractions nearby of Standard Rate

    • Photo: Sct. Nicolai Kirke

      Sct. Nicolai Church

      0.07 km

      Sct. Nicolai Church is located on the Church Square in central Vejle. The church is named after Nikolaos of Myra, the saint of children and seafarers.

      Originally, the church had a late Romanesque nave, which was later extended to become a three-aisled nave with transepts. On the outside of the church, you will find a blinded door and the remains of Gothic windows. The chancel and tower are from the seventeenth century. In the northern wall, you will see 23 skulls. The story goes that they belonged to robbers, who 300 years ago were captured in Nørreskoven forest and executed.

      Read more : Sct. Nicolai Church
    • Photo: Mads Hansen

      The merchant house ”Den Smidske Gård”

      0.08 km

      In 1799, the merchant Ingvard Smidt started the old merchant house, Den Smidtske Gård, which was built by builder Anders Christensen Kruuse together with architect and sculptor Jens Hjernøe. Today, the merchant house is the home of a café and a wine bar.      

      The front house along Søndergade is the oldest part. Notice the names of the builder and his wife and the year engraved above the gate lintel. Living quarters with kitchen, scullery and mangling room were found here in the front house and the north wing and the merchant house also comprised corn house, storehouse, coach house and stables for the customers’ horses.

      Read more : The merchant house ”Den Smidske Gård”
    • Photo: Økolariet

      On an important mission at Økolariet. With a Be Happy Pass

      0.09 km

      See, hear, smell, taste, touch, try and feel your way
      to exciting facts about our planet. Take a walk in a shipwreck, get flushed down the toilet, step inside a brain and much more. There’s plenty to look forward to!

      If you have a free Be Happy Pass
      You get a bag of mealworm chips. For free with your Be Happy Pass – so bring it with you. Find out more at the Information Centre.

      About Økolariet
      A place where you can play your way to new knowledge about how our consumption affects our planet. Touch, feel, smell and taste your way through the many interactive experiences. Start by heading to the bottom of the sea. Here, nature is out of balance. There's too much algae, crabs and mud. And the fish are gone. What should we do?

        

      © Økolariet. Photo: Økolariet

      See for yourself
      Investigate how much plastic waste there is in the ocean. Animals are being suffocated by plastic. Others eat the tiny pieces of floating plastic. Find out how many of the Danish herring have small pieces of plastic in their bellies.

      A walk in the woods
      Look under the surface of the forest bed and discover all the life that exists here - yet rarely see. Play with water and see what difference it makes whether water flows through a straight channel or a winding stream. Play and see if you know the leaves of the trees. Watch a cartoon and learn why Denmark still has such pure drinking water. And visit the underground world of rats with a walk in a sewer pipe. Fasten your seatbelt and try to flush yourself down the toilet and through the sewer system (in a simulator - don't worry). Keep playing. Learn about the environment, energy and climate change from the Arctic to the coral reefs.
      Free admission for everyone.

      Use your Be Happy Pass and have the world's best family holiday
      Take the pass with you when you explore the area. Then you'll find the best experiences for kids. Many of the attractions also have an extra offer. You can see all the attractions here.

      Get a free Be Happy Pass here
      You’ll get a free Be Happy Pass for you and your family when you stay with one of our Preferred Partners

        

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      Read more : On an important mission at Økolariet. With a Be Happy Pass
    • Photo: VisitVejle

      Knowledge and exhibition centre Økolariet

      0.09 km

      The Ecolarium offers many learning experiences. You can travel through the exciting exhibits that feature film, living organisms, interactive knowledge tests and eye-opening experiences.

      Touch, feel, move, try tests and draw your way through lots of interactive experiences. You will learn how the world is affected by human consumption and how research today affects our lives tomorrow.

      The Ecolarium is located in central Vejle and everyone is welcome to drop by. Free admission to the exhibition spaces.

      Read more : Knowledge and exhibition centre Økolariet
    • Photo: Kunsthal Vejle

      Kunsthal Vejle

      0.13 km

      Kunsthal Vejle is owned and operated by Professional Consultant Sanne Juhler Hansen. There is an Advisory Board attached which provides artistic advice.

      Kunsthal Vejle was started in 2018. The exhibition space has historical and cultural significance as a former smørrebrød vending machine from the 1950s. The 20 rooms of 10 x 17.5 x 20 cm now present high-quality contemporary art, created by professional performing artists.

      Kunsthal Vejle is centrally located in Vejle, on Banegårdspladsen at the entrance to the tourist agency VisitVejle. This is a great location in an area where many people are gathered. A symbolic mirror of Kunsthal Vejle's own mission, as an artistic meeting place for Vejle and the world.

      Welcome to Kunsthal Vejle. Come by and get a small piece of contemporary art inside the vending machine.

      Read more : Kunsthal Vejle
    • Photo: VisitVejle

      Sct. Norberts Church

      0.14 km

      Architect F. Wipler from Odense has managed to harmoniously integrate all architectural elements, including the adjacent vicarage, into the unified design. The sacramental bread is stored in the back wall of the chancel. The cabinet door is adorned with ceramic mosaic by former vicar Willem Wuyts. The little red light is switched on when the Body of Christ is present in the tabernacle.

      The pews, doors, confessional and the altar are carved in Slavonic oak by Belgian sculptor Goeteyne. The alter features six reliefs, four evangelist symbols and two symbols of Christ. The baptismal font, an antique basin of marble-like limestone, rests on a square granite pillar.

      The two wooden figures, of the Virgin Mary and Child, (on the left), and Jesus portrayed as the good shepherds, (to the right of the chancel), were carved in Oberammergau in Bavaria.

      The Fourteen Stations of the Cross (1992) was created by painter and Jesuit father Adolf Meister, Aarhus. The pneumatic pipe organ with 11 ranks, 2 manuals and a pedal was constructed in 1939 by Marcussen & Son, Aabenraa.

      The six stained-glass windows are all created by painter Nis Schmidt: Four Gothic windows in the chancel (1974), a circular window behind the organ (1987), and a pointed arched window in the former baptistery (2002). Here you also find a crucifix and a sculpture of the church’s patron saint, St. Norbert. The crucifix and the figure of Christ were created by Nis Schmidt and are executed with a green-bronze patina on the occasion of the church’s centennial in 2004.

          

      Read more : Sct. Norberts Church
    • Photo: VisitVejle

      The Sirius Observatory

      0.16 km

      The observatory also has an interesting minor collection of instruments as well as building stones from Hven. The Sirius Observatory was founded in 1923 by electrician Møller Nicholaisen. He was an active amateur astronomer, which, however, did not prevent him from making internationally acknowledged observations. 

      The observatory is open Monday evening 20–22 during the months of February, March, October and November, provided it's a starry night. 

      During week 42 and week 7, the observatory is sometimes closed for holidays, but you are welcome to send an email or a text message to check opening hours. If you are a group (school class, scouting group or other interested group) you are also welcome to call or write and make a special appointment at an agreed time. There is free admission.

      Observatory staff can be contacted by phone. Kirsten Kragbak: +4560207553 and Anders Misfeldt: +4560207564.

       
      Read more : The Sirius Observatory
    • Photo: Mads Fjeldsø Christensen

      Vejle Town Hall

      0.16 km

      The old town hall by Gammel Torv was raised by fire in 1530, and the current building was constructed in 1878 as Vejle’s fourth town hall. The town hall bell, which sounds every day, is the same bell that once called the monks of the medieval convent to mass.   

       

      Read more : Vejle Town Hall
    • Photo: Mads Hansen

      Vejle's pedestrian street

      0.21 km

      Søndergade, Torvegade, Nørregade and Vestergade
      Vejle’s quaint pedestrian street - which extends across Søndergade, Torvegade, Nørregade and Vestergade - and its many side streets offer a wide selection of speciality boutiques door-to-door with high street brand stores and supermarkets.

      The street is paved with granite and in certain places inscriptions from the Jelling stone can be seen. Through special "windows" in the pavement you can have a glimpse of the original paving from the Middle age.

      Søndertorv
      At Søndertorv, the Bryggen shopping centre offers 60 stores as well as 700 rooftop parking spaces.

      Vejle Midtpunkt and Nørretorv
      In the northern section of the pedestrian street you find Vejle Midtpunkt with a mix of boutiques and eateries. From April to October, you can experience the brightly coloured umbrella sky. On Saturdays, it’s market day on Nørretorv. During summer, part of Nørretorv is transformed into an urban beach with sun loungers and palm trees.

      Read more : Vejle's pedestrian street
    • Photo: Vejle Kunstmuseum

      Vejle Art Museum

      0.38 km

      Special Exhibitions 2024
      BODYIMPOSSIBLE BODYINCREDIBLE - Plaster Casts and Ancient Body Ideals in Modern Artistic Embrace. (10.02.24 - 15.12.24)

      CREATURES - Japanese Graphics. (17.11.23 - 01.09.24)

      Art that Leaves an Impression
      Vejle Art Museum invites everyone to art experiences that are based on life and everyday existence. The themes are recognizable and offer a different perspective on the world around us. Sometimes it's grand, other times it's small, but there's always something that leaves its mark!

      In the permanent exhibitions, you can experience a large collection of graphic works, art that challenges our conventions about the body, constructed realities of the Golden Age, portrait art in various forms, and much more.

      Sensory Zone
      The Experience Zone "Sanseværk" is a different art experience where curious children and adults explore together through senses, play, and fun activities. Here, you can listen to the green, smell the blue, feel the yellow, and much more.

      Read more : Vejle Art Museum