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If you want to go sightseeing, you will in our Ideaworkshop find many ideas where to go, and our staff can help you to arrange it.

If you need help to buy tickets for the train then the staff can help out. If you order well ahead (even before the camp) then you can be get up to 50% discount on a group ticket for the train. Be aware that you can not use this ticket in the bus or metro in i.e. Copenhagen. The group ticket requires you to be a minimum of 8 adults or corresponding (2 children = 1 adult). 

Close to the center

  • The church of Vester Broby
  • The Danish bicycle and scooter museum in Glumsø, (
  • Næsby Storskov which has more than 100 burial mounds.

A bit further away (accessible on a hike or by bicycle)

  • The viking fortress Trelleborg - a UNESCO world heritage site (close to Slagelse).
  • BONBON-land: an amusement park (in Holme Olstrup, just outside Næstved).
  • Herlufmagle open-air bath: an outfoor swimmingpool (in Herlufmagle)
  • Holmegaard værk: experience glass blowing demonstrations in the heat of the warm pits in the workshop, 42.000 pieces of Holmegaard glass, international exhibitions and much more. (in Næstved).
  • The town of Sorø: the old part of the town dating back to the middle ages is known for its beautiful church and one of the oldest academies in the country. 
  • The round church at Bjernede: the only round church on the island of Sealand.
  • Kongskilde Friluftsgaard: an old, cosy mill farm with possibility to take a swim in Tystrup Sø and enjoy the beach. .
  • The bird sanctuary of Ravnsborg: a good chance at observing wildlife birds. 

A daytrip - accessible by bus, train or car

  • The medieval center (in Nykøbing F)
  • Roskilde town. Visit i.e. the famous cathedral where members of the Danish royal family are intered in vairets. There is also the viking ship museum in Roskilde and Lejre land of legends with houses and environments from the stone age, iron age and viking age, working workshops and ancient livestock breeds.
  • Copenhagen. A few well-known attractions: the round tower, Rosenborg castle, the little mermaid, Tivoli, canal cruise, Amalienborg castle, zoo, Nyhavn, and the planetarium.
  • Møns klint: 80 km from Næsby the white cliffs of Møn rise. Take a walk along the coast and visit the GeoCenter of Møn.
  • Legoland: The world famous fun fair park build entirely from lego - situated 200 km from Næsby

More about Copenhagen

Copenhagen is only one hour by train form Glumsoe and here are mentioned some places to go with scouts in Copenhagen. See map of these and many more sights of Copenhagen

  • The Copenhagen central station is situated in the middle of Copenhagen, and it is easy from there to find your way to see things.
  • "The Round Tower" - every child likes that. It is from 1642 build as a church tower. It is 36 meters high and there are no stairs but a 209 meter long spiral going to the top. When a Tsar of Russia once visit it, he drove up there in a horse-drawn carriage but you have to walk all the way and then you have all the city to look at. 
  • Rosenborg Castle is also from the beginning of 1600. At that time we had a Danish king Christian the 4 who builded many of the nicest buildings in the country. At Rosenborg you can get in to see the whole castle. It is furnished and there are many funny details and also there you can see the Danish crowns and crown jewelleries. 
  • "The little Mermaid" is a must for foreigners - she is just a little mermaid sitting on a stone out in the water - but it is nice around there by the waterfront. 
  • Tivoli Gardens is an amusementpark close to the Central Station. It is lovely with funny buildings and many flowers and it is fun and quite expensive.  
  • Children also like "the canal tours" (DFDS or the cheaper Nettobådene ) - to see Copenhagen from a boat sailing on canals and in the harbour. 
  • Amalienborg Castle where our king and queen lives some part of the year and with guard by the main door. You can get in to see some of the castle. 
  • The Christiansborg Castle where the parliament is. You can get in to see some of the castle. 
  • If you have not been to a Zoo before, the Copenhagen Zoo is worth a visit. You could easily spend the whole day there. 
  • Also there are many museums fit for children not to forget the Experimentarium - as the name says - a place where you can make experiments.

Feel free to ask the staff for help to plan a one-day trip.