Struer Museum is a must see in Struer! Recently modernized and enlarged with a section about Bang & Olufsen (B&O). The famous Danish producer of high-end home electronics was founded in Struer in 1925, and the museum tells the story about the factory and displays many old radios and televisions.
The museum also contains exhibitions about Struer in general, and you can visit the "House of Johannes Buchholtz". He was a famous writer, who lived in Struer from 1902 to 1940 - and his house still stands like it did in the 1920's and 1930's... Old furniture, books, arts, old household items, etc.
The landmark of Struer is the statue of Sarpsborgpigen (The Sarpsborg Girl). It is located at the old pier at Struer Harbour and is a gift from the Norwegian town Sarpsborg in 1948. Food supplies was shipped from Struer to starving Norwegians just after World War II.
Struer Lystanlæg is a lovely old park in the centre of Struer. The park is a great place for a walk or a quiet rest. Along the walking paths you’ll find a pond with ducks, a small wood, and many beautiful flowerbeds.
If you enter the park from Anlægsvej/Smedegade you’ll see the statue “Struer Pigen” (The Struer Girl). Furthermore Struer Lystanlæg is also home for an open air stage and a playground for the children.
Ostergade 24, Struer, 7600, Denmark
Good for: Couples
Struer is located in the mid-western part of Jutland, and a trip to the west coast is a great way to spend your day!
Around 40 kilometres from Struer you'll find the "Vesterhav" (the North Sea) and I love this part of Denmark. Small villages, good fishing opportunities, long walks along the beach, sunbathing, and days with strong wind clearing your mind... But be careful if bathing, the current can be very strong.
A bit north of Struer, through the village of Humlum you will come to the Limfjord. From the Stuer side there is a great view of the fjord and sorrounding landscape.
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