The Town Museum is a museum which shows the cultural and historical development of the Fredericia area, mainly since the foundation of the town in 1650. The museum's exhibitions and collections especially highlight the area's military, religious and commercial developments, as well as the daily lives of the citizens.
The Town Museum consists of several old buildings and in the exhibition you can see things like distinctive personalities in the town, market scenes, the silversmith's workshop, life on the farm, the development of the harbour, entertainment and developments in the 20th century.
Historical crops can be seen in the garden including tobacco and a large collection of roses.
The museum has free admission.
With a knowledgeable guide to accompany your group, your trip can also pay a visit to the town’s museums. At the Bunker Museum, you go underground and take a look at the inside of a double bunker. At the town museum, your group will see how life was lived in the old days. See the impressive pictures of the farmer driving his cattle through the streets and the many old agricultural machines. Or experience the real market atmosphere and see why Fredericia’s Købestævne (or trade meet) was once the largest in Denmark. If your trip takes you along the beach Østerstrand to the east of the town centre, “Kastellet” (the Citadel) and “Krudttårnet” (the Powder Tower) offer historical insights to visitors.