Skagen’s art museum’s in the spotlight on this guided tour around town. First, you’ll take a shuttle bus to the town’s yacht-filled marina – the starting point for your walk. Stroll along the cosy streets, and you’ll see quaint yellow homes and white picket fences. During your walk, you’ll hear about the town’s history, too. It started off as a fishing settlement famous for herring, and in the 1800s it caught the eye of a group of European painters and became an art centre. When you arrive at the museum, you’ll have free time to explore its huge collection. Don’t forget to take a look in Brondum’s Dining Room while you’re here, too – it’s preserved exactly how it was in 1892. When you’re finished, you’ll start your walk back to the port, taking the scenic route through town to see some of its other top sights. Keep an eye out for the two-storey teddy bear museum and the 34-metre-high water tower.
- SUITABILITY Moderate physical activity.