Top things to do in Kerteminde

Top Choice Seafood in Kerteminde

Fiske Restaurant Rudolf Mathis

Frequently rated as one of Funen’s best restaurants, this is a place where classic fish and seafood dishes are served in innovative ways and paired with locally grown produce and floral-herb flourishes to create art…
Museum in Kerteminde

Vikingemuseet Ladby

Vikingemuseet Ladby, 6km southwest of Kerteminde, preserves the site of the only known Viking-era ship grave in Denmark. The key site is hidden within a grassy burial mound. Press a knob and electronic doors swing o…
Museum in Kerteminde

Johannes Larsen Museet

Set around a charming hilltop garden, the centrepiece of this calming museum is the former home of Johannes Larsen, painter of vivid, naturalistic wildlife canvases and provincial Danish scenes. There's also a colle…
Museum in Kerteminde


One of the town's oldest and most crooked wooden-framed shop-houses now doubles as a cute little museum celebrating Kerteminde through the ages.
Arts Centre in Kerteminde

Lundsgaard Gods

Within the 1881 farm buildings of the Lundsgaard estate-castle, around 1.5km south of town, there's a weekend cafe, a big gallery space and a regular series of activities including a summer art week, a mid-August fe…
Bar in Kerteminde


Though calling itself a restaurant and turning out cheap, rustic lunches (fish cakes and remoulade, smoked mackerel with pesto, or meatballs with potato salad), Varmestuen is more of a one-room locals' pub with ging…
Aquarium in Kerteminde

Fjord & Bælt

This harbourside marine centre houses aquariums, a 40m-long underwater tunnel and touch pools for kids. It also has seals and porpoises, which may concern some visitors. Animal welfare groups claim keeping sea mamma…
Cafe in Kerteminde

Lulu's Cafe

At the south end of Kerteminde's pretty main street, Lulu's serves good coffee at a street terrace shaded by gigantic parasols, or indoors beneath lampshades that look like large wicker baskets.
Bar in Kerteminde


Entering this smoky, time-warp place is like wandering into a 19th-century painting full of well-studied local characters. A pub since 1829, it's hidden within one of the town's prettiest half-timbered courtyards. V…
Homewares in Kerteminde


Høkeren feels more like a museum than a shop, with a nostalgic range of old-world wares from baskets to rope to woven shoes to liquorice sticks.