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.
CLAY MUSEUM OF CERAMIC ART DENMARK (previously known as Grimmerhus Ceramic Museum) specializes in ceramic art and design. It now has one of Europe’s most outstanding collections of ceramics, when back in 2010, Royal Copenhagen donated a unique collection of more than 50,000 items of ceramics – porcelain, stoneware and faience – to the museum.
Nowadays, the Little Belt boatyard is operated as a museum boatyard and maritime history centre for the northern part of the Little Belt, where wooden boatbuilding traditions continue to be preserved and disseminated.
Dinghies and boats have been built at the small shipyard since 1855. “Little Belt dinghies” were built here, which were used for porpoise whaling, fishing and pilotage.
The preferred construction technique of the day was clinker construction.