As one of Denmark's World Heritage Sites, Christiansfeld is a cultural experience in a class of its own. In the UNESCO town of Christiansfeld, the Brethren Craftsmen created their idea of the perfect society - with symmetry, community and equality.
Visit the Sister House where Christiansfeld unfolds the history of Christiansfeld and the Brethren Congregation. Your admission ticket gives you access to the museum's changing special exhibitions, the Brethrenmen's Museum and exploration of the Sister House.
Take your time to discover the city, whether on your own or with one of Museum Kolding's expert guides. And don't miss out on tasting the famous honey cakes and feeling the poetic atmosphere of the city.
Christiansfeld - a suitable visit for the whole family.
Read more about Christiansfeld's history, the Brethren Church, the Herrnhuter star, gingerbread, stoves and architecture.
Christiansfeld is a world heritage site in a class of its own. In Denmark we have seven World Heritage Sites, and Christiansfeld is one of them.
Christiansfeld was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2015 as a testimony to a cultural tradition and an example of impressive architecture.
Voksne: 50 kr.
Børn under 18 år: gratis
Ældresagen medlem: 45 kr.
Årskort til hele Museum Kolding (gældende ét helt år) til 150,-
Årskort til hele Museum Kolding + ledsager (gældende ét helt år) til 200,-
i Søstrehuset eller online.
Tirsdag-søndag kl. 11-16.
Februar · marts · april
Tirsdag-søndag kl. 11-16.
(2. påskedag undtaget)
Maj · juni · juli · august
Alle dage kl. 10-17
September · oktober · november · december
Tirsdag-søndag kl. 11-16
Closed between Christmas and New Year
Free parking is available throughout Christiansfeld.
Bus driving and bus parking are not allowed in the UNESCO area. Buses are directed to Lindegade 53.
There are public toilets in the city, including in the old Sprøjtehus on Kirkepladsen, at the large car park on Lindegade and at the bus station by Genforeningspladsen.
You are also welcome to use the toilets in Søstrehuset, where there is a baby changing area in the disabled toilet on the ground floor.
Everywhere in Christiansfeld there are level differences and cobblestones. However, you can move around the town with a walker, wheelchair and pram without any major problems.
Via the west gable of the Sister House there is access via a ramp and access to a lift from which the whole house can be accessed.
OBS! The door opens outwards.
You are not allowed to bring your dog into the Sister House.
There are several green areas where it is possible to walk your dog.
Remember to pick up after your dog.
We encourage all visitors to take care of the World Heritage.
To reduce wear and tear on the city's surfaces and pavements, heavy traffic is prohibited in the historic centre. Furthermore, all visitors are encouraged to show respect and consideration for the local population and the town's buildings and planting.