Food and drink
Ice cream and soft drinks can be bought at the ticket counter, which can be enjoyed outdoors. There are also a large selection of restaurants in Blåvand town.
In addition to ice cream and soft drinks, you can buy various souvenirs at the ticket counter.
The lighthouse is not suitable for wheelchair users or people with walking difficulties, as there are 170 steps to the top. The path up to the lighthouse is paved with gravel.
There are parking spaces close to the lighthouse for both cars and buses.
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Beneath its surface, the west coast of Denmark conceals an abundance of gripping stories. But you cannot see them with the naked eye. Join us under the sand and discover the countless hidden stories about the west coast: tales of wrecked ships, dangerous smugglers and forbidden love.
FLUGT – Refugee Museum of Denmark is now open.
With the largest refugee camp in Danish history as a unique setting, personal and powerful stories are told about refugees of all times. Using as a basis the hospital of the refugee camp, which originally consisted of 40 small wards and operating rooms, world-renowned architect firm BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group created a brand-new museum. Visit www.flugtmuseum.dk for more information.
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The Blåvandshuk lighthouse stands 18 metres above sea level at Horns Bjerge, Denmark’s westernmost point, position 55 33.51’ N/08 05.07’ E. The lighthouse is now fully automatic, but it functions as it has done throughout all these years. The master’s house is now home to an exhibition on the Horns Reef offshore wind farm, one of the world’s biggest, and it is also home to the Blåvandshuk lighthouse tourist information centre.
Welcome to a world of guns and tanks. The exhibition features the development of weaponry from the oldest cannon found in Denmark and the ‘beautiful’ bronze cannons of Denmark’s absolute monarchy to the cannons used in the Battle of Dybbøl in 1864. You can see one of the Sherman tanks that arrived in Denmark after World War II, the Centurion tank of the Cold War and the Leopard tank used in the so-called ‘Operation Bøllebank’ in Bosnia in 1994. The vehicles have been maintained and are still fully operational. Every cannon, tank or truck in the hall has its own tale to tell – tales of technology, war and peace – and of the society of which we are all part.