Museums and culture

Bird Observatory

Skagen Bird Observatory and Ringing Station is part of Skagen Grey Lighthouse.

Anchers Hus

Anchers Hus is the home of one of the most celebrated couples in Scandinavian art history, painters Anna Ancher and Michael Ancher.

Drachmanns Hus

Drachmanns Hus – Home to the poet and painter Holger Drachmann.

Farm Fun

Farm Fun is a family owned and operated petting zoo and recreation centre.

Grenen Art Museum

Grenen Art Museum has permanent exhibitions form Danish and Swedish artists. It is beautifully located at the tip of Denmark, Grenen, where the two seas meet.

Kulturhus Kappelborg

Kulturhus Kappelborg offers a varied range of cultural events all year round. There is also a cinema.

Kystmuseet Skagen

The local history museum, Kystmuseet Skagen, is a combined open-air museum and exhibition centre with collections featuring fishing, the lifeboat service and shipping.


The local history archive, called Lokalsamlingen, is housed in the former courthouse and prison. The archive has a large collection of photographs and archival materials related to the area and its industries.

Naturhistorisk Museum

The Natural History Museum has educational and entertaining exhibitions on nature, animal life and geology in Skagen.

Teddy Bear Museum

Visit the only teddy bear museum in Scandinavia right in the centre of Skagen! Lots of cute teddies everywhere!

Skagen Bunkermuseum

Explore a real World War II bunker at Grenen.

Skagen Odde Naturcenter

The Nature Exhibition, called Skagen Odde Naturcenter, has guided tours in the surrounding nature for both children and adults. You can also explore local art and design in the beautiful building designed by the world-renowned Danish architect Jørn Utzon.

Skagen's Museum

Skagen's Museum is an internationally reputable museum dedicated to the painters of Skagen, such as Krøyer, Anna & Michael Ancher, Tuxen and others who settled in Skagen in the 19th century.

Eagle World

Experience the great eagles up close at Eagle World in Skagen, called "Ørnereservatet".