The North Sea Oceanarium
A visit to Northern Europe's largest aquarium takes you on an exciting adventure underwater. Our 10,000 square meters indoor, 5,000 square meters outdoor, 70 tanks and more than 6,500 fish and other marine animals, offers the opportunity to spend a full day “at sea” and even “under water “. Explore the 7 destinations, dive to the bottom of the sea, go on adventure in the shipwreck or catch crabs with your bare hands. Pad a star fish on its back, face the cute seals and search for the gold of the North Sea. There are many fun experiences and activities indoor and outdoor.
Port of Hirtshals
The port of Hirtshals was constructed between 1919 and 1931 under the leadership of engineer Jørgen Fibiger and extended in 1966. The port is the setting for an important business in fisheries, transport and fish processing, and is today one of Denmark's largest fishing harbours. A part of the port is closed to the public, but you can still walk around to see the boats land their fish.
Experience the majestic eagles. and see them spread their wings above you. You will find the reservation 24 kilometres outside of Hirtshals on the way to Skagen. After the dune plantation of Tversted you will find the amazing attraction.
Market at Tornby Gl. Købmandsgaard
Market at Tornby Gl. Købmandsgaard. 200-year-old maritime and general store with furnishings from 1860. The shop smells of freshly ground coffee, salted fish, salami, rope and camomile soap. Purchase specialities of the region and see what it was like to do business over the counter before the world discovered stress - and plastic.