On the peaked cobblestones of Kalundborg, next to the five towers of the Church of Our Lady (Vor Frue Kirke), lies the Bishop's Manor. It belonged to the bishop of Roskilde for several hundred years and has since been used as a city council chamber. Today, it houses a gallery and serves as the headquarters for Kalundborg's art association.
Throughout Kalundborg Municipality, you can find traces of the history that has shaped the area. It blends in charmingly with all the new and vibrant culture that is constantly unfolding. From the music venue Gimle in Føllenslev, where you can hear world-renowned bands to the newly established club Sirene, where new and niche artists takes to the stage in the newly established microbrewery. From Kalundborg Rocker, the largest music festival in West Zealand, to the annual Medieval Festival. There are endlessly enriching experiences in Kalundborg's cultural life, whether you want to participate or create them yourself.
Moreover, the Kalundborg area offers plenty of opportunities to enjoy the peace and quiet of nature – with clean beaches, sheltered lakes, and bird reserves. You can also ramp up the pace and try your hand at aviation, water sports, sailing, off-road running, and mountain biking.
And we're really good at attracting major events – Kalundborg has hosted stages of the PostNord Round and the Tour de France in 2022. The town will play host to one of the Royal Run curcuits in 2024.