Which cultural attractions stand out in Aarhus?
I particularly love the cultural stretch from City Hall, across the Concert Hall Aarhus park and further down to Godsbanen where an innovative vibe invites you in. Aarhus City Hall is always worth a visit, and you are more than welcome to take a look inside as long as you ask the City Hall guard on duty at the desk. On select days, you can book guided tours of the building and up the tower.
Aarhus Concert Hall is well worth a visit, as well. Here, you will find lot of art and a café, should you need a refreshment. And the same goes for ARoS – a walk around the Your rainbow panorama is an absolute must during your first visit to Aarhus, because who would not like to see the city in every colour and become part of the work of art themselves? From here, you can continue down-hill to the creative spaces at Godsbanen, where a delicious meal awaits you in the industrial setting. People come and they go at the many workshops, theatre stages, and music venues.
And once you have said Godsbanen, you cannot forget the fascinating activities taking place behind it. Here, you will find Institut for X in the old barracks from the golden age of train production with garages, pop-up music events, and restaurants. If you would like to meet a Christiania pastiche in Denmark’s smallest big city, this is the place to go. It is not without reason that the area is known as Aarhus K – K for kultur – as ‘kulturen’ unfolds here with a rich diversity.