Guided tours in Fredericia
It is always possible to arrange guided tours around the historical Fredericia, where wheelchairs can easily come along. We can also arrange special guided tours for the blind and visually impaired.
The Historical Miniature Town
In the parks around Madsby, you can visit the historical miniature town which is a small scale copy of Fredericia anno 1849. You will find good access for wheelchairs and a handicap toilet.
The concert venue Tøjhuset in Fredericia hosts more than 200 annual concerts and events. Tøjhuset has no elevated thresholds and there is elevator access to the wardrobe and the first floor balcony area. Handicap toilets are located in the café on the ground floor and on the first floor. Caregivers get free access to events by FredericiaLive, Fredericia Jazzklub and the Blues Club Double Trouble. There is a handicap parking spot right by the building.
Fredericia Town Museum
The old buildings at Fredericia Town Museum can be visited by the disabled. The museum has a ramp for wheelchair access. Please note, that inside the old buildings, there are elevated thresholds.
Fredericia Musical Theatre
At Fredericia Musical Theatre there are wheelchair areas in both theatre halls as well as elevator access to upper floors. Wheelchair tickets are sold via the theatre's ticket office: +45 53 73 96 01 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Caregivers get access if they hold an official caregiver certificate issued by the Danish handicap organisation (Danske Handicaporganisationer) or the Danish association for the blind (Dansk Blindesamfund)