With its outstanding status as Denmark's oldest and best preserved town, dating back to the Viking Age, Ribe offers unique atmosphere and sights. Distance from the cruise ship 30 km, 35 min by car, train or bus.
At Ribe Viking Centre you step more than 1,000 years back into the Viking Era, meeting warriors, tradesmen, craftsmen, farmers - and all the animals on the farm.
What were the origins of Ribe and how did the town’s inhabitants live when Ribe was a major European trading centre.
Ribe Cathedral - The Church of Our Lady - from the year 1200 built of Rhenish tuff stone with later Gothic changes and additions made in brick. The Cathedral was originally built as a three-aisled chu...
Ribe Art Museum is a unique space, where art, architecture and landscape combine in a beautiful, atmospheric environment.
Jacob A. Riis Museum tells the fascinating tale of the boy from Ribe who emigrated to America in 1870. President Roosevelt of the United States called him the most helpful citizen in New York.
This beautiful Abbey Sct. Catharinæ Church, just a stone's throw from the splendid cathedral, is one of the oldest and best-preserved monastic buildings in Scandinavia.
Experience a historic time when you visit the Old Town Hall in Ribe, take a guided tour around in the historic rooms and listen to the horrendous stories.
Museum of witch hunts - a new museum in Ribe about witch persecution in Denmark and Europe.