Find your way to the beautiful, old houses in Randers
In Randers, there are many old and worthy-of-preservation houses. Impressive and striking buildings with crooked facades and small backyards with half-timbered frames.
The building at Vestergade 4-6
The building at Vestergade 4-6 dates back to 1761 and was extended to two stories in 1801. Later (1846-47), extensions were added along Von Hattenstræde.
Den fredede ejendom er opført 1731 i bindingsværk med svalegang mod gården.
Fra 1791-1856 husede ejendommen et garnisonssygehus og senere et brændevinsbrænderi.
I 2001 erhvervede Fonden bygningen, s...
Brødregade 25 in Randers
The building at Brødregade 25 in Randers, known as Niels Christensen Gård, is covered by the Danish Building Preservation Act and was built in 1663. The year can be seen on the lintel above the gate. ...
Storegade 11-13 in Randers
Storegade 11-13 in Randers is a building consisting of two protected properties, both of which have facades facing Storegade.
The building Houmeden 15 in Randers
The building Houmeden 15 in Randers has a facade facing Houmeden and consists of a timber frame with seven sections.
Nygade 2-4-6, Randers
The house at Nygade 2-4-6 in Randers can be dated all the way back to 1761, but is likely even older. The building is, as one of very few buildings in Denmark, constructed as "højbindingsværk" with "h...
Vestergrave 48, Randers
The building at Vestergrave 48 in Randers dates back to 1649 and has a facade facing Vestergrave.
Vestergrave 42 in Randers
The half-timbered building at Vestrgrave 42 in Randers, which has a facade facing Vestergrave and a side house facing Lille Rosengård, dates back to 1600 and was protected as a monument in 1919.