Vis emner under Forside

If you like fresh air and nature, the Municipality of Horsens has a lot to offer. In this section, you can read about the many options in Horsens for walking, running, biking, fishing, and more.

Taking care of nature
There are certain rules when it comes to using and enjoying nature. In short: respect private property; respect flora and fauna; do not leave trash behind. If you want to learn more about rules and regulations regarding using and enjoying nature, go to the website of the Danish Nature Agency:

All over the Municipality of Horsens you can find playgrounds that are great for children of all ages. You can find them on this map.

Public parks and green areas are found all over the Municipality.

Boller Slotspark
Located at Boller Slot south of Horsens Fjord and features a large collection of plants collected by Horsens Botanic Association.

Bygholm Park
Located just 200 meters from the Horsens Railway Station and 600 meters from the city centre. 50 hectares of green area, beautiful old trees, ponds, streams and canals.

Digterparken, Østbirk
Located between H.C. Andersensvej, Grundtvigsvej and Blichersvej (famous Danish poets, digter=poet). Nice place for recreation with tables/benches for a picnic. In the wintertime the park features a nice sledding hill and an ice skating rink.

Caroline Amalie Lunden
Park at Horsens Museum of Arts near the city centre. Besides a large variation of plants and recreational areas the park features art, playgrounds, and sports facilities, and an open air stage where many concerts take place in the summer.

Parken, Brædstrup
Park in Ring Skov east of Brædstrup that is often used for public celebrations and other events.

Vitus Bering Park 
Park named after the famous Horsens citizen, Vitus Bering, who explored the area between Russia and North America and who, among other things, proved that the two continents are not connected – the strait between them is called the Bering Strait. 

Indholdsansvarlig Liselotte Nielsen,