Welcome to one of the oldest villages in Scandinavia – and at the same time one that has the newest facilities.

Visitors are always welcome. Here you can find information to help you enjoy your stay and find out about the ‘real Vorbasse’

This year’s main events



Across the moors in a horse-drawn carriage

The trips are planned for weeks 27, 28, 30 and 31.
Departure from Vorbasse campsite on Thursdays at 5 p.m.
Meet up 10 minutes before departure, please.
Book your trip where you are staying no later than noon on the Wednesday before.
Pay at the campsite before the trip.
Price: Children aged 3 – 12: 25 kroner. Adults 50 kroner.
The trip lasts one hour

Experience traditional Danish handcraft at Karensminde Museum Center

Time-honored country crafts are brought to life at active workshops at Karensminde Museum Center on July 29 and 31. A group of specialist craftsmen will work with wood, material and straw. There is a wood-carver, an upholsterer and a basket worker all showing the secrets of their time-honored arts. Young visitors are welcome to try their hand at diverse arts – for example basketry or tinning under supervision of the experts (11 a.m. and 1 p.m.)

There are activities for younger children like working with beads and wools.

Nesting boxes, apple crates and other interesting things are also on the agenda – come and swing a hammer!

There is musical entertainment on Tuesday 31st.

All the farm workshops are open, and there are rides in the horse-drawn carriage – and the famous Karensminde waffles will be baked all day.

Meet the animals throughout July.

Families are welcome the whole month. You can help feed the animals and gather eggs from the hens. Rabbits and goat kids are waiting for a friendly pat! We are open daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Feeding time (for the animals!) is from 2.30 p.m.

Check out the museum’s homepage and Facebook, too. There are lots of summer activities!

Admission: Adults 40 kr., young people under 18 free.

Playline’s Family Run in Billund

Make a note: Family Run starts at 1.30 p.m. on August 25.
Bring all your friends and family on a trip through the color guns – and see how your white-as-snow clothes become technicolor! The route is 4 kilometers, and it’s up to you if you want to walk or run.
Starting point is LEGO HOUSE in Billund – 1.30 sharp. There are lots of ‘colorful’ events here from 12 o’clock.
Join up on: billund.dk/presse/nyheder/juli-2018/family-run-paa-playline-loerdag-den-25-august/

Vorbasse Market, one of Denmark’s oldest traditions

No summer is complete without a visit to ‘Denmark’s greatest family tradition’. A quarter of a million guests visit the market every summer. Its history goes back almost 300 years. This year the market opens on Thursday 19th July at 12 o’clock and continues until the great firework display on Saturday 21st July at 11 p.m.
There are always 400 – 500 horses for sale, 200 dealers selling small animals (from white mice to red cockerels) and around 650 stalls of market goods – new, old, antique, odd. There are also six or seven travelling fairs with various attractions, as well as lots of free entertainment on the market stages. Vorbasse market is also the focus for many colorful ‘knights of the Danish roads’: tramps and travelling entertainers.

See the program on:  www.vorbasse-marked.dk