Denmark’s leading architects have made Vejle a landmark city of contemporary urban design with an inspiring blend of developments, including residential buildings and new cultural icons for instance Bølgen and Fjordenhus on Vejle’s waterfront, De Fem Søstre, Den Hvide Facet, Den Grønne Smaragd, Spinderihallerne and Bryggen. Vejle's art museum also holds an impressive collection of Danish art and international graphic art. Galleries and open studios invite visitors to experience contemporary arts and crafts. And don’t forget to visit Danish sculptor Robert Jacobsen’s landscape sculptures in Tørskind Grusgrav and the unique public artworks of the town of Give.
The Vejle Art Museum boasts a collection of approx. 50 etchings by Rembrandt. The stylishly renovated museum also lets you enjoy an impressive collection of Danish art.
Striking new residential developments, an advanced program for art in the public space and new cultural icons – the city of Vejle is an adventurous playground for the nation’s leading architects.
Discover art in all styles and forms exhibited in inspiring surroundings. Or follow the creation of unique works of glass, ceramics, wood or stone in artisanal workshops and studios.
75 unique sculptures adorn the public space in the town of Give, creating an inspiring and liveable urban environment. The artworks are by artists from all across Denmark.