Hundested Sand Sculpture Festival

Photo: Christian Warrer
Events
Events
Hundested Sand Sculpture Festival invites you to a great sand experience.  The beautiful sculptures can be seen from 7 May - 8 October 2020.
Address

Kajgaden 7

3390 Hundested

Contact

Email:info@sandfestival.dk

Phone:50479830

The success continues for the 9th time at the International Sand Sculpture Festival in Hundested. This year's theme is “What a wonderful world” and is a tribute to our planet and all the beauty of life. 

This is a very special culture attraction at the active harbour where sand sculptors, including several world champions, create monumental and perishable works of art beyond ordinary in golden grains of sand.

You can see the artists work and shape the sculptures at Hundested Harbour from 7-10 May, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

The festival is both funny and inspiring and there are plenty of possibilities to create your own sand sculptures. At the festival site, children and childish grown-ups can be creative with different activities and immerse in the sand. In the café you can get refreshments while the kids have a good time in the sand box.

Freshly brewed coffee, delicious cake, ice cream, beer, wine and water, souvenirs, post cards, etc. At the festival site, there are tables, benches and a covered terrace. You can bring your own food.

Practical information

  • Period: 7 May-18 October 2020
  • Debit cards: We accept Dankort, Visa and all the traditional debit cards.
  • Admission: Please see the website for prices

Isefjord tickets 
Round-trip ticket to the ferry Rørvig-Hundested for pedestrians + admission to the Sand Sculpture Festival. Please see the website for prices. You can ONLY buy tickets from the ferry’s ticket sale box in Rørvig and are ONLY for passengers from Rørvig.

 

Address

Kajgaden 7

3390 Hundested

Opening hours

07 May 20 / 30 Aug 20

Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun

10:00 - 19:00

31 Aug 20 / 18 Oct 20

Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun

10:00 - 17:00

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