The entire waterfront of the city has in 2010 been revitalized for 175 million Euro and remodeled under the Culture Harbor project, turning an old shipyard into a modern culture center with the Danish Maritime Museum drawn by BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group.
The new ISPS appoved "Royal Quay" have facilities for both cruise vessels alongside and tenders from anchored. There is busparking just 10 meters away from the quayside. Max. size for Cruise vessels alongside is 150 meter with a draught up to 6,5 meter and no limits for Cruise vessels at anchor. Tenders are facilitated at the 90 meter floating tenderpier which accommodate 4 tenders at the time. The well sheltered anchorage with +20 meters of waterdepth is situated only 0,3 nm away from the port.
- Step into Hamlet's world at his own castle Kronborg in Helsingor. June, July and August Hamlet, his friends and enemies will move into the chambers of the castle. Easy to explore.
- The Maritime Museum of Denmark tells the story of Denmark as one of the world’s biggest seafaring nations from the 15th century until today.
- About 15 historical ships are located by the quay at the historical part of Port of Helsingor. Exciting ships as a schooner, a steamship, a lightship, and several small fishing boats.
- Skibsklarerergaarden - The Shipping Agent's House from the 17th century is the best-preserved shipping agent's office and suppliers shop in Elsinore dating back to the years of the Sound Dues.
- The Church of St. Olai is The Cathedral of Helsingor. Named after the Norwegian saint, St. Olaf, the king of Norway. The history of the cathedral goes back to the 13th century.
- The museum's collections provide a picture of the history of Helsingor. From medieval and Renaissance finds via the period of the Sound Dues to our age.