Located between Ringkøbing and Herning you will find Videbæk, which is a modern town of trade an commerce and dedicated to the appreciation of art and culture - it is also a great town for going shopping.
One the great draws of the town is Vestjyllands Kunstpavillion, which the famous townsman, Henning Larsen, is behind. Additionally the area is also known for its part in the lignite mining history during WWII.
There are also plenty of activities for the whole family to engage in here; fishing, cycling, railroad-cycling, and bowling. Perhaps you'll also get to experience the culture night or 'Open by night', when the shops are open till very late. Print the Guide here and bring it with our your trip to Videbæk.
Videbæk is different from the other larger towns in the Ringkøbing-Skjern municipality because it is not situated close to the sea and the fjord. On the other hand, the town is busy with trade and commerce and there's lots of art and culture to experience.
When Henning Larsen's world famous studio donated the design for the town's art pavilion, the town worked together on bringing this design to life.
The Videbæk area is also famous for its lignite mining history during WWII. At Momhøje Naturcenter, the hilly terrain and beautiful nature are the results of that mining industry.
If you fancy going on a railroad-bike trip through a typical West Jutland landscape, the old railroad town Videbæk is the place to go to.
The art museum "Kunstpavillonen" in Videbæk
Charming accommodations in Videbæk
In the area between Videbæk, Herning, and Brande, a lignite mining adventure took place. The scars from mining lignite have evolved into a diverse and beautiful nature area.
Videbæk is a relatively new and modern town of trade and commerce where they know the value of hard work.
Interested in fun activities for the whole family?
Go see the many charming and beautiful churches in Videbæk