Blindingsholmsbron is an approximately 200-year-old bridge over the Morrum River, which stands on almost the same site as the former wooden bridge that was built on the site of the former Brod.
Until then, the river was forded either on foot or by horse-drawn carriage.

Nowadays the bridge is no longer used for traffic, a new reinforced concrete road bridge stands just a few dozen metres from Blindingsholmsbron, but you can still walk along Blindingsholmsbron and soak up the atmosphere of the local history.
An interesting feature is the eel fishing, which is still being fished in the same way as it was hundreds of years ago. The first references to the local hunting technique date back to 1271.