Top things to do

Top Choice Museum in Stege


Fastidiously detailed and highly atmospheric, this delightful collectors' museum nostalgically recreates 30 mid-20th-century shops and workshops, including a barber, butcher and cinema lobby and an easily missed sch…
Bar in Stege

Det Gamle Bryghus

Tucked into the pretty, cobbled Luffes Gård yard, this is the main outlet shop and unofficial bar-restaurant of the popular Møn Brewery, which was originally situated right here. Beers to take away/drink in cost 25/…
Museum in Stege

Møns Museum

Put on the headphones and let the audio guide (English, German or Danish) weave themed historical tales from Stone Age life to local 'smells' that give context to the carefully chosen exhibits.
International in Stege


David’s open kitchen prepares contemporary cafe fare served in an airy modern environment or small garden area behind. Tuck into the celebrated ‘tapas’ platter or opt for gems like the roll of smoked salmon and appl…
International in Stege

Cafe V'sit

This super-friendly cafe is excellent for coffee, and sublime for organic, pasta-based salads and giant, light bagels buttered with avocado paste and stuffed with assorted fillings. There's a short breakfast menu wi…
Seafood in Stege


Stark white interiors set off by the black uniforms of the (not particularly efficient) staff create a classy yet low-key feel. The place comes into its own when you're sitting right at the waterside dining on beaut…
Gallery in Stege

Liza's Gallery

Liza Krügermeier's bright, striking art, along with works in similar styles by other artists, is displayed in one of central Stege's most beautiful half-timbered buildings, tucked behind the church.
Church in Stege

Stege Kirke

Stege's central feature, this 13th-century brick church is most notable for endearingly naive aspects of the 14th- and 15th-century frescoes in red and black paint (less extensive than the equivalents at Fanefjord a…
Historic Building in Stege


In the 1430s, Stege was ringed to the east by a moat and city wall pierced by three gatehouses. Built in layered brick and stone, Mølleporten (Mill Gate) is the only one still standing, having been narrowly rescued …
Gardens in Stege

Middelalder Have

Directly west of Stege Kirke, the churchyard's small orchard garden has been planted with a labelled selection of medieval herb and food plants. Seeds are available for sale.