Architecture and buildings
Here you will find both sustainable and modern architecture, which attracts visitors from all over the world, and historic architecture that tells stories from a bygone era.
Innovation and development are with respect for natural resources and the clay of Mother Earth that characterises Middelfart and its local area.
CLAY – an architectural pearl
When you arrive at CLAY Museum of Ceramic Art Denmark, you will notice two very different buildings; the traditional main building (Grimmerhus) and the under/over-ground extension, towards Lillbælt....
Middelfart Municipality Activity and Nature Centre Hindsgavl wins award for energy-efficient building.
- The Energy Efficiency Best of 2013 Awards were handed out at the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin....
Design company 3xN won the national competition of being the architect on the assignment.
The architectural building houses a saving bank, a sportsshop and a café, all und...
Teglgårdsparken - A city within a city
Already upon arrival you sense the strict symmetry in this construction..
"Lunatic Asylum in Middelfart", which was the official name until 1911, was built from 18...
KulturØen (the island of culture), Town Hall and Middelfart Savings bank
Three of Middelfart's newer architectural buildings, which are worth a visit.
The Old Little Belt bridge
Go for a walk over The Old Lillebælt Bridge and enjoy the beautiful views over the town, strait and beech forest.
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1,178 metres long
57 metres high
Price: DKK 32 million...
The New Little Belt bridge
The new bridge was opened by danish King Frederik IX on the 21st of October 1970.
The total price amounted to 260 million kroner and it became the first suspension bridge in Denmark ever.
It spans 1.7 ...
The old harbor and part of town
Middelfart is a seaport town, with a history closely linked to the Little Belt waters, the ferry service and the many porpoises living in the waters. Middelfart was home to many smaller merchant ships...
The hanging gardens of Middelfart
Opposite Gl.Havn you will find the old part of Middelfart, where the small streets ooze idyll. The houses facing the waterfront in Gl. Vestergade are small, and did formerly house fishermen and crafts...
The Porpoise Well
The Porpoise Well is located in the middle of Fisketorvet (The Fish Market) in Middelfart Old Town and was unveiled on October 25, 1957. The well was made by Hans Olsen (1902 - 1983), who was a self-t...