ISB’s main office is staffed from 8:00-16:00. Please follow signs to the main entrance, located on Skolevej.
You will find the most parking spaces in our Vejlevej lot (please note the one-way flow of traffic). There is some additional parking on Skolevej between ISB and the neighboring nursing home.
ISB is a five minute walk from the Billund bus station, where there is frequent service to the airport, as well as nearby cities including Vejle, Kolding and Grindsted. Rejseplanen.dk is an excellent source for bus and train schedules (also available as an app).
The number for Billund Taxa is +45 75 35 35 06
Due to our innovative philosophy, ISB receives many visitor requests.
While we look forward to every opportunity to share our experience, our first priority must be to students and staff. In the interest of minimizing disruptions, please consider the following options before making a special request.
Tours for prospective parents
General tours are held monthly. These tours are intended primarily for prospective parents, but are open to anyone. During this hour you will get to see most of the school, learn about our educational philosophy and ask any practical questions you may have. We ask that you register either by emailing [email protected] or by scheduling a tour here.
Professionally focused tours
For small and larger groups (e.g. from schools or institutions) with a professional and educational interest in visiting ISB, please have a look at the different options for tours here. Once you have looked at the options, please let us know which type of tour you are interested in – as well as the preferred day and time for your visit – by emailing [email protected]. While we are sometimes able to meet requests for visiting certain age groups or specific subjects, there are no guarantees. Once we have received your request we’ll get back to you to let you know if the visit is doable or not.
PoP Open House
Each spring our teacher study groups create a “PoP up” exhibition to showcase the research questions they have been investigating throughout the year. We typically open the exhibit to the public for one day in May when our Project Zero collaborators are visiting.