Explore interesting sights in Roskilde, Denmark. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Roskilde, Denmark.Sightseeing Tours in Roskilde
1. Jens Fox
The Jens Fox stone is the name of a memorial from the late Middle Ages in Gundsømagle north of Roskilde. The stone, which is dated 1572, now stands in the dike just south of the cemetery wall around Gundsømagle Church on the north side of the city street. The stone bears the inscription G. A. D. E IENS FOX MD (logo) LXXII on a field stone with smoothed obverse. The stone measures approx. 1 x 0. 7 m.
2. Roskilde Museum
Roskilde Museum is a local history museum based in Roskilde, Denmark. The museum, which is run by the municipalities of Roskilde, Frederikssund and Lejre, has eight separate branches. The main branch in Roskilde, on the corner of Sankt Olsgade and Sankt Olsstræde, is based in two listed buildings, the Sugar House and the Liebe House, a former sugar refinery and a former merchant's house respectively.
Byparken is a public park in central Roskilde, Denmark. It was founded in 1915 and was partly financed through a donation of the textile manufacturer O. H. Schmeltz. The park adjoins Provstevænget, a small protected field next to Roskilde Cathedral. Together, the two areas form a large green space between the cathedral and Roskilde Fjord.
Ragnarock - The Museum of Pop, Rock and Youth Culture is Denmark's national cultural history contemporary museum focusing on music and youth culture. The museum opened on 29 April 2016 and is located at Rabalderstræde 16 in the Musicon district of Roskilde.
5. Gevninge Kirke
Gevninge Church is a church in the village of Gevninge in Gevninge Parish in Lejre Deanery. The church and parish are located in Lejre Municipality. Before the local government reform of 1970 it was located in Voldborg Herred.
6. Sankt Jørgensbjerg Kirke
Saint Jørgensbjerg Church is a historic church in Roskilde on the Danish island of Zealand. With a nave and chancel in travertine limestone dating from c. 1080, it is Denmark's oldest preserved stone building.
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