Make a booking for a conducted tour
You can book a conducted tour of the city, or add extra spice to the city walk or city bus-tour of your choice by including a visit to one or more of the large number of attractions and heritage museums in and aroundAarhus.
You decide whether you want to include it as part of a tour programme, or whether to make it a separate conducted tour of your chosen attraction.
Aarhus City Hall
In addition to magnificent architectural spaces and details, this functionalistic gem designed by Arne Jacobsen and dating back to 1941 also offers fabulous views of city from the City Hall tower as well as an insight into the local government.
Den Gamle By - The Old Town
See what everyday life was like in the old houses with important elements from the history of Denmark focussing on the period from 1500 right up to the Old Town's latest quarter in the 1970s.
ARoS and Your rainbow panorama
Say hello to BOY and hear all about the art museum's architecture and fascinating collections. Here you can experience both early and brand-new modern art; installation art in the nine rooms in the basement; and perfectly unique views of the city through the multi-coloured glass inside Your rainbow panorama.
800 years of Denmark's church history on display for you in Denmark’s longest church. Among the treasures are the many fascinating frescos, the triptych from 1479, and one of Denmark's most impressive baroque monuments commemorating landowner and baron Constantin Marselis.
Church of Our Lady (Vor Frue Kirke)
In the Church of Our Lady you can experience more than 1,000 years of history in its three beautiful churches: the Crypt Church, the Abbey Church, and the Church of Our Lady. The crypt under the church houses a piece of sensational history – Scandinavia's oldest vaulted crypt dating back to approx. 1060, forgotten and found again by coincidence. And in the cloister garth you can still sense the footsteps of the chanting Dominican monks.
The Women's Museum
The Women's Museum in Denmark is one of the few places in the world which is devoted entirely to the subject of the life and conditions of women in recent times. The museum presents changing exhibitions with a variety of themes on the everyday life of women and their art and crafts.
The Viking Museum
The Viking Museum is a very special museum where you travel back in time to the town of the Vikings. Here, a guide can tell you all about finds that are more than 1,000 years old and which were found at this very spot.
The only limits are set by your imagination
- Go exploring the history of medicine and science at the Steno Museum
- Experience Aarhus during the German occupation from 1940 to 1945 at the Occupation Museum
- Experience the history of psychiatry in Denmark with moving art created by people suffering from mental illness, designated l’Art Brut: raw / untamed art at the Museum Ovartaci.
- Get a glimpse into the city's fascinating backyards
- Experience some of the city's many impressive murals – and there are really a lot of them in Aarhus
- Go on 'a running tour in Aahrus'
- and much, much more...
Please be aware that there may be an admission fee to the museums.
All tours must be booked in advance
For further information please contact the incoming agents and the guide services.