THE CHURCH OF ST. BENDT

The Monastery of Ringsted and the Church of St. Bendt. The Church of St. Bendt is the only building left of Ringsted Kloster, the Benedictine monastery that burned down in 18th century. The church is the oldest brick church in Read more…

SKJOLDNÆSHOLM TRAM MUSEUM

Skjoldenæsholm Tram Museum opened to the public on May 26th 1978 and is constantly being enlarged. The museum is run exclusively by unpaid volunteers, who, as members of Sporvejshistorisk Selskab / the Danish Tramway Historical Society spend a great part Read more…

RINGSTED MUSEUM & WINDMILL

Ringsted Museum and Archives is located adjacent to Ringsted Windmill, which is still operational and open to the public. The museum features exhibits covering Ringsted’s local town history as well as the area’s agricultural and industrial history. The archives contain Read more…

RINGSTED RADIO MUSEUM

A unique collection from the last 100 years of radio, phonographs, televisions, gramophones and tape recorders. All the goods have been collected by Radiohistorisk Forening Ringsted throughout the last 45 years. The museum opened in 2000 and reopened at its Read more…

KLOSTERLUNDEN

Behind the Church of St. Bendt, you will find a lovely park with a variety of different trees (beech, oak, willow, hornbeam, elm, bird cherry, ash, pear etc.). Several benches are placed around the park. There is also an herb Read more…

TOURIST INFORMATION

To know more about the different attractions, opening hours etc. visit the Tourist Information at Nørretorv 45, 4100 Ringsted. Alternatively send an email to info@visitringsted.dk or call +45 57 67 11 01. Opening hours: Monday-Friday 09.00-15.00