Couples from all over Denmark and even the world come to Ebeltoft’s old town hall to be married in the charming and unique historical setting.
The town hall is also home to Museum Østjylland, which all year round has exhibitions and activities for visitors of all ages. Take a break from the buzzing street and stop by the charming Farvergård, where the area’s peasants and the town’s citizens came to have their yarn and fabrics dyed. The museum put on activities for young and older visitors alike all year round, and during holidays in particular, everyone gets to engage in fun, educational, and cosy activities.
The singing of the night watchmen is a beautiful and fascinating experience. During the summer months, the watchmen walk their round around Ebeltoft starting at the stairs in front of Det Gamle Rådhus, and their strong voices can be heard far away. Around Christmas and during the town’s apple festival, Ebelfestival, during the autumn holiday, the watchmen can be heard and seen, too, walking along the charming cobbled streets with blooming hollyhocks decorating the picturesque half-timbered houses.