Esbjerg is rich in cultural experiences - below we have gathered some of the things we would recommend you. Excursion to the sculpture Man meets the sea - is a must-see on the Danish west coast. Concerts, exhibitions, festivals, events - there is a lot going on in Esbjerg.

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Man meets the sea

Visitors arriving in Esbjerg from the sea are greeted by Svend Wiig Hansen’s monumental sculpture "Man meets the Sea", which was raised on the occasion of Esbjerg celebrating its 100th anniversary as an independent municipality in 1994.

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Tirpitz Museum

One of the biggest gun positions in the Atlantic Wall during World War II was meant to be placed at Blåvand. It was never finished, though, as the war came to an end before the construction was complete. Through two decades this ruined bunker was a popular museum but from the summer 2017 it is replaced by a brand new museum containing four large sections with separate exhibitions. The roof on the new museum is planted with lyme grass and the whole building is camouflaged as part of the landscape with the bearing parts of the construction hidden under the sand.

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Musikhuset Esbjerg - Performing Arts Centre

Every year, the venue for more than 300 events. Here you can enjoy music, drama, musicals and other shows. The house was designed by the world famous architects Jan and Jørn Utzon.

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Esbjerg Art Museum

Esbjerg Art Museum - Museum of modern art with art experiences for all ages

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The main venue for rhythmical music in West Jutland. Here you can enjoy all kinds of concerts - rock, pop, jazz.

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Esbjerg harbour

Esbjerg Port is now one of Europe's most experienced in wind, oil and gas with more than 40 years of off shore operation from the rapidly expanding 4,5 mio sq metre port area, rightfully earning Esbjerg the title of Energy Metropolis.

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