What to do in Lolland?

Our little agricultural island is filled with nature and wildlife. But there's plenty of culture, sights and entertainment to be enjoyed around here as well! Here are our recommendations for cool stuff to do ...


The Fuglesangs Museum is a hidden gem. The museum has many of Danmarks beloved painters on display. The cute café is an excellent spot for some refreshments. The house itself is a modern design done by the famous Tony Fretton, making it an interesting destination by itself. Make sure to visit the Old Fuglesangs estate since you‘re there!

Futher info on Fuglesangs Museum's Website.


Knuthenborg is a Safari Park where visitors can roam around with wild animals, including giraffes, monkeys and tigers. The park is divided into a few zones, including the African savanna and North- & South-America. Included is a huge playground for the kids. Knuthenborg doesn't feel like a part of Denmark at all, and certainly makes a great, exotic day-trip!

See more on Knuthenborg's Homepage.


Only 5 minutes away from Fjelde, you'll find the award-winning Krenkerup brewery. For lovers of "ØL", this is a must-visit destination. Located in a castle originated from 1490, this beer-haven is truly unique!


Krokodillezoo, or the Crocodile ZOO, has the World‘s largest collection of Crocodiles and alligators. With 23 species on display, it makes an interesting visit for those with a neck for sharp teethes. Europe’s heavies Crocodile lives here, weighing over 500 kg!

Further info at Krokodillezoo.dk.


Lalandia in Rødby in one of Lolland‘s main attractions. This waterpark offers plenty of fun, including slides, swings and climbing walls. If the action is too much to handle, the parents can always relax on „the beach“ or hit the sauna.

More info on Lalandia's Website.


Marielyst beach is a 20 km long white-sand-beach facing the Baltic Sea. It‘s an incredibly beautiful spot lined with restaurants and other temptations. A bike lane runs along the coast making it an ideal day trip. Just remember to bring a basket with some snacks and øl.

Futher info on Visit Lolland.


Middelaldercentret is a Medieval-themed park where people hunt, cook, joust, and go about everyday life like it is the 1400’s. Make sure to catch a few of many presentations about medieval studies, crafts and arts.

See more on Middelaldercentret's Website.