The Wadden Sea is the largest, flattest and wettest National Park in Denmark. The nature is a unique part of Denmark, and was appointed to the status of National Park in 2010. The Wadden Sea is not only exceptional in Denmark - it has the status of World Heritage. The mudflats cover a stretch of 500 km along the coast of Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands. The dynamics of the landscape, the biological richness and the many migratory birds make the area something completely unique.
Read more on the homepage of The Wadden Sea National Park.
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.