The exhibition THE MIGRATORY BIRDS' WADDEN SEA conveys the reason the Danish Wadden Sea - along with the German and Dutch Wadden Sea - achieved the classification as UNESCO World Heritage. The migratory birds take us through the landscape of the Wadden Sea and into their world. They connect the world through the East Atlantic Flyway - a migratory route - and give us some of the answers that belongs to the mystery of the migratory birds long journeys. The visitors experience a diversity rarely met in the savanna of Denmark; The Wadden Sea.
The exhibition of THE WADDEN SEA CENTRE brings the visitors close to the wondrous world of the Wadden Sea and allows the visitors to experience the world-class nature of Denmark. The design of the exhibition shows a love to a unique nature, which through its diversity in biological and ecological processes, and in its dynamic measure up to the absolute world-elite in nature. The exhibition will open your eyes, bring you close in, and let you touch and feel. It will give you and your family knowledge about tides, the inhabitants of the Wadden Sea, storm floods, the migratory birds and their huge flocks.
The new WADDEN SEA CENTRE
With the unique nature of architect Dorte Mandrups building - where reeds are used on facade, roof and underlay, and lists of robinia-wood make the already existing building melt seamlessly together with the new building - the result is a structure, that almost seems to grow from the ground - gently and adapted to the flat marshland.
The exhibition "THE MIGRATORY BIRDS' WADDEN SEA" is likewise adapted to the singular center. In cooperation with THE WADDEN SEA CENTRE, architect Johan Carlsson has with his thorough design created a poetic, aesthetic and modern exhibition, which with great perception shows the Wadden Sea and the migratory birds. Here are experiences which catches and involves the guests of the center - young as well as elderly - in the wondrous world of the Wadden Sea.