On the trip you will, among other things, pass the city's well-preserved old rectory and Darum Church which is the city's oldest building from the 12th century. You can also cycle on Darum Kirkesti, one of the country's oldest, longest and most original church paths.
History of the marsh farms
There are approx. 50 marsh farms in the village. The number and the dense location by the large meadows are unique.
The typical old Darum farms are from the end of the 18th century and the middle of the 19th century. Many of the buildings have retained their original character. They have thatched roofs and are red or whitewashed.
At Gl. Sognevej, Vesterbyvej and Sønderbyvej were close to the enclaves of farms. However, the individual farm was connected to nearby fields. They were used for herb gardens and enclosures for calves.
Marsh farms today
Along the way you can get knowledge about the farms and get to know more about the history of the village.
In the vicinity
Make your way past the skating lakes in Bramming or take a trip to Ribe and feel the history in the Nordic region's oldest town or visit Vedels Anlæg.