Kongegaarden is a regional centre for art and music. The house spans three levels. The top-level is a beautiful concert hall with incredible acoustics. As well as the art and the music, it is worth visiting the house itself, both for the architecture and the history associated with it. Kongegaarden dates back to 1761 and was built by Rasmus Langeland. It was initially named ‘The Grand Inn’. The Inn was a resting place for the royals and their nobles before crossing Storebælt. The name ’The King’s Inn’ came much later.