You can get married at Ting- og Arresthuset in Esbjerg every Friday and on Saturdays in uneven weeks, as well as at the Old Townhall in Ribe every Friday and on Saturdays in even weeks.
Due to corona restrictions currently only residents of Schleswig-Holstein are allowed to cross the Danish border without a worthy reason. Therefore, couples from this part of Germany can still get married at the Old Townhall in Ribe.
You can keep yourself updated on the current entry rules on this web site: https://coronasmitte.dk/en/entry-into-denmark
In order to reduce the risk of infection with the new coronavirus, a maximum of 2 guests are currently allowed at a wedding ceremony.
Everyone has to wear a mouth nose protection mask when entering the house!
Phone +45 61 36 09 69
Monday to Friday 9 am - 13 pm
Von Støckens Plads
Wedding on the beach, in the garden or
maybe at sea? Your wedding ceremony
can take place exactly where and when
you want it.
In Esbjerg, ceremonies take place at the Gamle Ting- og Arresthus (The Old City Hall & Jailhouse), a beautiful building towering 30 meters towards the sky.
In Ribe, weddings are held in the beautiful and historic premises of The Old Town Hall. The building is over 500 years old and has a lovely atmosphere.
To get married, there are a number of practical matters to settle before the wedding can take place.